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The Influence of Obama on the Iranian Election
JANERA - Norwood Club
Perhaps more than any other country, Iran holds the world in suspense. The country's conflicting messages in recent months have run the gamut: Iran has both rebuffed and warmed to President Obama's overtures, conceded the release of journalist Roxana Saberi, and brazenly test-fired a missile with potential nuclear capacities.Hooman Majd, author of "The Ayatollah Begs to Differ," talks with Nisid Hajari, Foreign Editor of Newsweek, about Iran and the role of its people in influencing its politics.