04/07/17 – Muhammad Sahimi on how “tough” US policy negatively influences Iranian politics, hurts moderates – The Scott Horton Show

by | Apr 7, 2017 | Interviews

Muhammad Sahimi, a Professor of Chemical Engineering at USC, discusses Iran’s upcoming presidential elections and why the Iranian “deep state” wants a reactionary hardliner to replace the current moderate President Hassan Rouhani. Sahimi says that sanctions and tough talk from American presidents help boost the economic and political fortunes of Iran’s military and theocratic hardliners – exactly the same people US political leaders claim to be fighting against.


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