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Are We Misreading Iran's Nuclear Politics?

May 17, 2006

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In a conversation with Professor Vali Nasr and moderator John Tirman, leading Iranian human rights advocate Fatemeh Haghighatjoo remarked that Iranian political parties and individuals—including some conservatives—are mobilizing to criticize the Iranian government’s handling of the nuclear issue. In her opinion, "the various parties that have joined the debate believe that the ultimate pressure that can change Iran’s nuclear policy will come from within, not from without."

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