After decades of political and cultural isolation, Iran faces a new chapter in its 2500-year-old history. Following the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, Iran will re-enter international trade markets and be reinstated in the eyes of the West.
Trace the evolution and impact of Iran’s complex relationship with the United States in Iran: Ally or Enemy? Through a series of concise, powerful articles, Iran: Ally or Enemy? examines events from the shah’s rule to the Islamic Revolution to the hostage crisis. Placing these tensions and milestones in context, Iran follows the country’s emergence from its status as a geopolitical pariah to its new role: a partner for the West.
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"This wonderful little book is an ideal introduction to the world's most misunderstood country. Easy to read but substantive, it replaces ignorance and political slogans with clear, sober and illuminating insight.” Dr. Stephen Kinzer, Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs at Brown University's Watson Institute and award-winning foreign correspondent