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No Signs of 'Angst' From Khamenei Despite Sanctions

  • Aired: 02/07/2013
  • 04:47
  • Rating: E
The current U.S. national security Cabinet may be the most pro-Iran engagement of any since the 1979 revolution. Meanwhile, Iran faces unprecedented sanctions on oil revenue. Jeffrey Brown gets analysis from Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on the diplomatic standstill.
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