February 2002
Middle East;Feb2002, Issue 320, p11
Focuses on the international relations between Iran and Great Britain. Factors affecting the relations of the two countries; Refusal of Iran to accept the appointment of British career diplomat David Reddaway in the country; Effort of Iranian president Mohammed Khatami to build relations with the U.S.


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