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Predicting the Unpredictable in Iranian Politics

Mar 8, 2017 | 10:02 GMT
The head of Iran's Assembly of Experts walks past a TV screen at the opening session of the Majlis in Tehran. The assembly is preparing to weigh in on who should compete for the country's highest elected office.

The head of Iran's Assembly of Experts walks past a TV screen at the opening session of the Majlis in Tehran. The assembly will doubtless discuss the impending presidential and supreme leadership successions during its March conference.

(ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

With a presidential in two months, Iran's Assembly of Experts is getting ready to weigh in on who should compete for the country's highest elected office. There are many economic, political and social forces keeping the country on its current course of modernizing its economy and re-engaging with the international community....

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