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U.S. & Iran Relations

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U.S. & Iran Relations

U.S. & Iran Relations

U.S. & Iran Relations

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Accusations of developing a nuclear weapons program and harboring al Qaeda — sounds like the case against Iraq? Try Iran. Join host Neal Conan and guests for a discussion on what's next in chilly relations between Washington and Tehran.

Guests:

Roxana Saberi
* Tehran Correspondent and Bureau Chief for Feature Story News

Mike Shuster
* NPR Correspondent

Rob Sobhani
* Adjunct professor of U.S. foreign policy at Georgetown University

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