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In his message, released Friday night to coincide with the Iranian new year, Nowruz, Obama told the Iranian people that the Americans want better cultural exchanges with Iran-but he also criticized the Iranian leadership for "turning its back" on U.S. overtures.
You have to admire Barack Obama's attempt to re-open the lines of communication with Iran-but you don't have to admire it much.
The price of London's Brent North oil prices have so far not been pushed up much by post-election violence in key crude producer Iran-but they could spike higher if the situation deteriorates, analysts warn.
One very rough analogy might be to think about someone like the early Bob Dylan and how popular his songs were-and maybe still are-in progressive circles and then expand that popularity to include pretty much the entire population of the United States, and not just because people liked his tunes, but because they identified with the way he spoke truth to power; and then imagine Bob Dylan's words not just as part of every child's schooling, but as the primary text used to teach people how to read English. introductory post, I am not an expert on Iranian literature, and so I make no claim that what I have just told you about Sa'di is 100\% accurate and up-to-date-indeed, it's fascinating to learn the degree to which Sa'di's reputation has risen and fallen depending on the political climate in Iran-but I think my analogy is generally true.
Precisely what those consequences might be, I am not sure-I have heard that the authorities could take away her passport and make difficult, if not impossible, to leave Iran-but let me first explain why, despite the fact that my wife has not lived in Iran for almost twenty years, that we were married here in NY and that my wife is a United States citizen, we even had to worry about registering our marriage with a foreign government in the first place.