Reza Marashi

National Iranian American Council

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Research Director for National Iranian American Council; former staffer in Office of Iranian Affairs at US Department of State

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President Trump today announced the U.S. will pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. He’s re-imposing economic sanctions -- sending years of diplomatic effort down the tubes.

President Trump ditches the Iran nuclear deal

President Trump today announced the U.S. will pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. He’s re-imposing economic sanctions -- sending years of diplomatic effort down the tubes.

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In 1979, young Iranians seized the US embassy in Tehran and held diplomats hostage until Ronald Reagan was elected President to replace Jimmie Carter.

US Blocks Iran's UN Ambassador Nominee

In 1979, young Iranians seized the US embassy in Tehran and held diplomats hostage until Ronald Reagan was elected President to replace Jimmie Carter.

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