Is Big Change Ahead In Iran? A Biography Of The President-Elect

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Read The Full Opinion Pieces

Suzanne Maloney, Foreign Affairs, "Why Rouhani Won — And Why Khamenei Let Him"
Reza Aslan, Council on Foreign Relations "Missing Mahmoud"

Iranians elected Hasan Rowhani, a reformist-backed cleric, as president — a surprise to many who expected an ultraconservative candidate to win. Former NPR foreign correspondent Mike Shuster provides analysis, and responds to opinion pieces about what has changed after the election.

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