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As an extension of his article “The Islamist Revolution: A Farce in Farsi,” Benjamin Brown asks Michael Hillmann, a professor of Persian literature at UT, to detail some of his experiences in Iran.
Nick Romanow argues to reclaim the phrase “regime change” and place democratic values back at the center of U.S. foreign policy.
From the mythic princes of Persia to the rogue, anti-American gesturing of the Islamist regime, Iran has long been distant, mysterious, and inaccessible to Americans. Benjamin Brown contextualizes the Islamist Revolution and constructs a portrait of Iran that differs from its belligerent presentation in Western media.