Episode Number
38
Yemen may be best opportunity for regional diplomacy with Iran, says Mohsen Milani
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti and Amberin Zaman, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Yemen may be best opportunity for regional diplomacy with Iran, says Mohsen Milani
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Mohsen Milani, professor of politics at the University of South Florida and a leading scholar of Iranian politics, discusses why Iran is ready to talk with the US, and reenter the Iran nuclear deal, but only from a position of strength; why Iran is in a stronger regional position today than it was 30 years ago; what to expect in Iranian politics and the presidential election; who will follow Ayatollah Khamenei; why Iran will not give up the right to enrich uranium, and more; also, Andrew’s remarks and commentary on Syria.
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