In its halcyon days, Iran was a powerful empire that preserved
Greek culture after the fall of Greece and paved the way for
Renaissance advances in science, mathematics, and art. A new
interpretation of Islam brought Iran's Golden Age to a halt, and as
the world around it advanced economically and culturally, the
nation remained stagnant. Yet the entrepreneurial spirit that once
made Iran great still exists, and a new model for democracy could
help it to flourish.
Having spread across the globe over more than 200 years, the
current model of three-branch democracy is now showing its flaws,
which have made it susceptible to corruption by corporate
In "Axis of Hope: a prospective for prosperity & growth in
Iran & other MENA countries," Azari presents his model for a
four-branch system that directs the wealth of Iran's natural
resources toward the development of community governments that
serve their constituents well and the kind of entrepreneurial
ventures that build strong, resilient economies. Not a
prescription, but a powerful development tool designed to meet the
needs of diverse communities, this invigorating nonfiction work can
help Iran to regain its status as a free, vibrant, and economically
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