Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Iran's Political Reality in Rouhani's Second Term

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Updated Resource: Hassan Rouhani Revealed

The presidency of Hassan Rouhani is being carefully analyzed for signs that the Iranian regime is moderating. Optimism in some circles has been encouraged by a change in tone from his administration.  However, while the newly reelected president speaks the language of conciliation, real power is still vested in the supreme leader, who remains committed to the revolutionary, hegemonic ambitions of the Islamic Republic.

As the political dynamics in Washington and Tehran continue to evolve, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) is announcing an updated analytic resource on President Rouhani as he heads into his second term, focusing on the rhetoric and the reality of his political rise.

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UANI is an independent, not-for-profit, non-partisan, advocacy group founded in 2008 by Ambassador Mark D. Wallace, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, former CIA Director Jim Woolsey and Middle East Expert Ambassador Dennis Ross, that seeks to heighten awareness of the danger the Iranian regime poses to the world.


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