Hooman Majd, author of The Ayatollah Begs to Differ: The Paradox of Modern Iran
Thirty years after its Islamic revolution, Iran is still in flux: Its economy is hurting; the struggle between social and economic reforms and the status quo endures; and a new U.S. administration is rethinking its approach to the Middle East country.
Steve Inskeep, who is completing a series of reports about Iran, took your questions and chatted about what Iranians think about their country, the revolution and the United States.
You can find an archive of the chat, below. And if you want to continue the conversation, do so in the comments section.