Blanche, Ed
July 2001
Middle East;Jul/Aug2001, Issue 314, p4
Reports on Iranian President Mohammed Khatami's return to office for a second term after winning the elections held on June 8, 2001. Overview of Khatami's reforms in his first term; Results of the February 2000 elections in Iran; Intensification of the power struggle in Iran; Indications of divisions among the opposing conservatives; Policy priorities of the Khatami government.


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