Karim Sadjadpour

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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Senior fellow in the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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America's rapprochement with Cuba has changed international diplomacy and domestic politics.  Could Iran be next?

A Moment of Opportunity in US-Iranian Relations?

America's rapprochement with Cuba has changed international diplomacy and domestic politics.  Could Iran be next?

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President Obama spoke by phone last week with the new President of Iran, who was in New York for the United Nations' opening session.

US and Iran Talk after Three Decades of Silence

President Obama spoke by phone last week with the new President of Iran, who was in New York for the United Nations' opening session.

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In Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, diplomats from some 50 countries are meeting this week on  the future of Iraq .

America's Tangled Diplomacy in the Middle East

In Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, diplomats from some 50 countries are meeting this week on the future of Iraq .

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