Any nuclear deal must not overlook the nation's human rights

Behbudi, Behrooz
December 2013
Middle East;Dec2013, Issue 449, p26
The article focuses on the concern of the people on the inability of its newly elected President Hassan Rouhani to resolve issues brought by the disputed nuclear programme in Iran. It describes the political condition of the country in which the regime's policies show unreliable commitment to moral values with worsening corruption, treason, and deceit. It also mentions the skepticism of the people on the capability of the new government to grant them with peace and prosperity.


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