Nuclear weapons, and the need to prevent rogue states and paramilitary groups from gaining access to them, have characterized much of the international community's involvement in the Middle East in the post-World War II era.
Nov 26, 2013
Earlier this week, Iran and world powers reached a deal in which Iran will curb its nuclear program for six months in exchange for a drop in some sanctions. MEI spoke with one of its experts, Alex Vatanka, to gain an understanding of how hardliners in Iran are reacting to the deal as well as other internal dynamics in the Islamic Republic.
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