Ray Takeyh

Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

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Senior Fellow for Middle East Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of Hidden Iran: Paradox and Power in the Islamic Republic

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Last week's UN Security Council vote to  sanction Iran  for nuclear development was just one vote short of unanimous.

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Last week's UN Security Council vote to sanction Iran for nuclear development was just one vote short of unanimous.

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Iran is expanding its influence in Iraq, supporting Hamas and Hezbollah and threatening Israel's right to exist.

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