Is The Door To Iran Closed Forever? : Code Switch In light of all the news coming out of Iran, we're talking with Jason Rezaian — an Iranian-American author and journalist who has experienced Iran's contradictions up close.
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Is The Door To Iran Closed Forever?

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Is The Door To Iran Closed Forever?

Is The Door To Iran Closed Forever?

Is The Door To Iran Closed Forever?

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In light of all the news coming out of Iran, we're talking with Jason Rezaian — an Iranian-American author and journalist who has experienced Iran's contradictions up close.

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Iranians carrying flags while attending a mass funeral for Qasem Soleimani. (Photo by Morteza Nikoubazl/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

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