U.S. Role In The World

Why America shouldn’t try to influence Iran’s future

By Andrew Miller and Sahar Nowrouzzadeh ● National Interest ● 02/14/2018

Many people are falsely assuming that the outcome of the protests is centrally dependent on the United States.

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