The Crackdown In Iran, As Seen From Europe Journalist Christopher Dickey provides a European perspective on the continuing crackdown on protesters in Iran following the recent election.
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The Crackdown In Iran, As Seen From Europe

The Crackdown In Iran, As Seen From Europe

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Christopher Dickey has written books about the Contras in Nicaragua, expats in Tripolia and a former terrorist living in the US. Courtesy of Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Christopher Dickey has written books about the Contras in Nicaragua, expats in Tripolia and a former terrorist living in the US.

Courtesy of Simon & Schuster

Journalist Christopher Dickey provides a European perspective on the continuing crackdown on protesters in Iran following the recent election.

Based in France, Dickey is Newsweek's Paris bureau chief and Middle East regional editor. His weekly column on counter-terrorism, espionage and the Middle East is called Shadowland.

Dickey's most recent book, Securing the City, details the NYPD's elite counter-terrorism force. His articles have appeared in Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Wired, Rolling Stone, The New York Review of Books, The New York Times Book Review and The New Republic.