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Globe Editorial

A bell tolls for Ahmadinejad

June 2, 2008

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STATE DEPARTMENT officials commonly complain that without an embassy in Iran, the United States cannot decipher the opaque workings of the Islamic Republic. This may be true in a general way, but no classified intelligence sources are needed to grasp the importance of last week's lopsided election of Ali Larijani to the powerful position of Parliament speaker. (Full article: 304 words)

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