Who Lost Iran?

Kondracke, Morton
November 1978
New Republic;11/18/78, Vol. 179 Issue 21, p9
Focuses on policies of U.S. President Jimmy Carter regarding Iran. Description of the human rights policies of Carter administration; Comment on the shift in the U.S. policy towards the current regime in Iran; Account of the U.S. intervention in the internal politics of Iran; Role of the U.S. Department of State in dealing with the situation in Iran; Repercussions of the political situation in Iran on several other countries in the region.


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