Farideh Farhi

University of Hawaii at Manoa

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Adjunct professor and lecturer at the University of Hawaii at Manoa; Iranian-born member of the National Iranian American Council

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The US has warned Iran that it will not tolerate interference with the Strait of Hormuz. Only 34 miles wide, 40 percent of the world's tanker-borne oil passes through it.

Tensions Escalate as Iran Threatens to Close Strait of Hormuz

The US has warned Iran that it will not tolerate interference with the Strait of Hormuz. Only 34 miles wide, 40 percent of the world's tanker-borne oil passes through it.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The US has warned Iran that it will not tolerate interference with the Strait of Hormuz. Only 34 miles wide, 40 percent of the world's tanker-borne oil passes through it.

Tensions Escalate as Iran Threatens to Close Strait of Hormuz

The US has warned Iran that it will not tolerate interference with the Strait of Hormuz. Only 34 miles wide, 40 percent of the world's tanker-borne oil passes through it.

from To the Point

Mitt Romney and other Republican candidates for president have accused President Obama of not doing enough to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.

Has the War with Iran Already Begun?

Mitt Romney and other Republican candidates for president have accused President Obama of not doing enough to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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