Shaul Bakhash

Professor of Middle East History, George Mason University

Guest

Professor of Middle East History at George Mason University and author of The Reign of the Ayatollahs: Iran and the Islamic Revolution; husband of Haleh Esfandiari, an American citizen and the director of the Middle Eastern program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars who was recently imprisoned in Iran

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For the first time in twenty eight years, the United States sat down to  official talks  with Iran. The subject was the war in Iraq.

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After nearly three decades of formal silence,
representatives from the  US and Iran met in Baghdad yesterday  and agreed on the
need for a stable Iraq.    There were many
issues…

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After nearly three decades of formal silence, representatives from the US and Iran met in Baghdad yesterday and agreed on the need for a stable Iraq.   There were many issues…

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Despite growing tension with the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Bush Administration has issued a visa to  former President Mohammad Khatami .

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Despite growing tension with the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Bush Administration has issued a visa to former President Mohammad Khatami .

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