Our Correspondent in Tehran

social scientist who conducts research in Iran

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Social scientist who conducts research in Iran and has written for Tehran Bureau, he's asked that we not use his name for security reasons

Our Correspondent in Tehran on KCRW

Since the advent of street protests over Iran's disputed election, western reporters have been forced out of the country.

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As President Obama tries to deal with Iran, that country's domestic politics are creating a nightmare for diplomacy.

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