Rising tensions weaken economy

Kiernan, Peter
February 1999
Middle East;Feb99, Issue 287, p21
Reports that rising political tension and a weak economy are thwarting Iranian President Khatami's reformist policies. Conflict between extremists and moderates; Role of elections in various governmental structures; Concerns over the lack of direction in economic policy and overdependence on oil.


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