Patrick Clawson

Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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Director for Research at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, where he directs the Iran Security Initiative, and Senior Editor of Middle East Quarterly; co-author of Eternal Iran: Continuity and Chaos

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On Day Two of the UN General Assembly’s annual session, an unwelcome reminder of the major issue on the minds of 120 world leaders:  Syrian rebels staged another deadly attack on…

Iran, Egypt and the UN General Assembly

On Day Two of the UN General Assembly’s annual session, an unwelcome reminder of the major issue on the minds of 120 world leaders: Syrian rebels staged another deadly attack on…

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On Day Two of the UN General Assembly’s annual session, an unwelcome reminder of the major issue on the minds of 120 world leaders:  Syrian rebels staged another deadly attack on…

Iran, Egypt and the UN General Assembly

On Day Two of the UN General Assembly’s annual session, an unwelcome reminder of the major issue on the minds of 120 world leaders:  Syrian rebels staged another deadly attack on…

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During massive protest over alleged fraud in President Ahmadinejad's re-election, Iran ended international nuclear talks in 2009.

Iran Comes Back to the Bargaining Table on Nuclear Program

During massive protest over alleged fraud in President Ahmadinejad's re-election, Iran ended international nuclear talks in 2009.

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