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Season 2010 Episode 0211

Iran: From 1979's Revolution to 2009's 'Revolution'?

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Iran: From 1979's Revolution to 2009's 'Revolution'?
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In the Western media and Iran, supporters and opponents of the so-called Green Movement both have used the term "velvet revolution" to describe what Iran has gone through in the aftermath of its June presidential election. What are the local, regional, and global factors that facilitate and block sociopolitical changes in the country?The conversation features Charles Kurzman (University of North Carolina), Abdolali Rezai (University of Calgary), and Danny Postel (Journalist and Activist), with an introduction from Simon Critchley (The New School).moreless
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