July 8, 2015
Robin Wright (for The New Yorker)
Campaigns against a deal are already in full swing in both Washington and Tehran. If an agreement eventually emerges, both parties will have to sell it to constituencies that remain skeptical because of the even more tortured history between the two countries—spanning six decades and including a coup, terrorist attacks, assassinations, the shooting down of a passenger aircraft, covert operations, nuclear sabotage, and hostage dramas.
The nuclear deal’s adversaries back home: http://t.co/ufzzo5o70i— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) July 8, 2015
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