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May 15, 2006

Iran's "War Generation" Comes To Power

Topics: Iran

Tigerhawk points to a Spring 2006 issue of The National Interest that he says has "a bunch of interesting stuff about Iran", including an article by Ray Takeyh subtitled "Being Mahmoud Ahmadinejad."

Takeyh examines the roots of Ahmadinejad's election and ideology, and in so doing reminds us that Westerners who hope that the reform of Iran's government may mitigate the threat it poses may have to wait the better part of a generation:

After 27 years, the complexion of the Iranian regime is changing. An ascetic "war generation" is assuming power with a determination to rekindle revolutionary fires long extinguished.

Read the rest of what is indeed, really "interesting stuff" on Iran and it's nutcase regime comprised of the what he refers to as the "embassy generation".

Posted by Richard at May 15, 2006 3:31 PM



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