Mansour Farhang

Professor of Political Science at Bennington College

Guest

Professor of Political Science at Bennington College in Vermont and member of the advisory board of Middle East Watch, a branch of Human Rights Watch; co-author of The US Press and Iran: Foreign Policy and the Journalism of Deference and author of US Imperialism: The Spanish American War to the Iranian Revolution; Iran's first ambassador to the United Nations (1979-1980);

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families as the rest of the world looks at the…

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Another Growing Crisis in the Middle East

Iran has released a videotape and three letters purporting to be from Faye Turney, the lone woman among fifteen British captives, apologizing for crossing into Iran's territorial…

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