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The Role of Iran In International Diplomacy
The Role of Iran In International Diplomacy

AIR DATE: October 28, 2013

Relations with Iran have been bad since the late 1970s when the Shah of Iran was deposed. Now, with the election of President Hassan Rouhani, the United States is beginning negotiations with the Islamic Republic. Is it a real opportunity or is it a trick? Will a deal be reached that will remove Iran from the nuclear club? We talk with Jerrold Green ahead of his speech at the World Affairs Council of Las Vegas


Jerrold Green, President and CEO, Pacific Council on International Policy and speaker at the World Affairs Council of Las Vegas

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