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Whatís Going on in Iran?
Aired 7/16/2003

President Bush has proclaimed Iran a member of the Axis of Evil. The Islamic State has come under international scrutiny for its alleged development of nuclear weapons and for its long-standing support of terrorism. From within, Iranís leaders are the focus of a growing protest movement, demanding major reforms. Might there be a revolution? Is Iran a global threat? Or is it on the verge of transformation?
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  Shaul Bakhash
    Professor of History at George Mason University and author of Reign of the Ayatollahs: Iran and the Islamic Revolution
  Mahnaz Afkhami
    Former minister for womenís affairs in the Iranian government, and author of In the Eye of the Storm: Women in Post Revolutionary Iran

Originally Aired: 7/16/2003

   
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