Flynt Leverett

Pennsylvania State University

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Professor at Pennsylvania State University's School of International Affairs and blogger at the RaceForIran.com; from 1992 to 2003, he had a distinguished career in the US government, serving as Senior Director for Middle East Affairs at the National Security Council, member of the State Department's Policy Planning Staff and as a senior analyst with the CIA

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The US has categorically denied any role in yesterday's assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist or the recent deadly attack on an Iranian missile facility.

The US and Iran: Diplomacy or Confrontation?

The US has categorically denied any role in yesterday's assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist or the recent deadly attack on an Iranian missile facility.

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The US has categorically denied any role in yesterday's assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist or the recent deadly attack on an Iranian missile facility, and says an attack on…

The US and Iran: Diplomacy or Confrontation?

The US has categorically denied any role in yesterday's assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist or the recent deadly attack on an Iranian missile facility, and says an attack on…

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