Michael Rubin

American Enterprise Institute

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Resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and senior lecturer at the Naval Postgraduate School, he teaches Iranian history at Johns Hopkins University; co-author of Eternal Iran: Continuity and Chaos and author of Dancing with the Devil: A History of US Diplomacy with Rogue Regimes

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