Iran, the West and the Rest of the World Gary Sick, professor of Middle East studies at Columbia, says Iranian election results could mean hard times ahead. The threat to the West, Sick tells John Ydstie, lies in a potential turn toward toward conservatives in the government, rather than moderate technocrats.
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Gary Sick, professor of Middle East studies at Columbia, says Iranian election results could mean hard times ahead. The threat to the West, Sick tells John Ydstie, lies in a potential turn toward toward conservatives in the government, rather than moderate technocrats.