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Thursday, March 23, 2006

Flexing Muscles:How the Iranian-American community is navigating the American political system

Washington Prism:For the past few years, Trita Parsi has increasingly become one of the more intelligent and informative voices in the analysis of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s foreign policy. Later this year, he will be publishing a book on the power politics and the dynamics of the Iranian-Israeli relations, for which he had the rare opportunity to talk with a number of officials in both countries.

More importantly, Trita has been an advocate of Iranian-American community’s participation in the American political system, and through diligence and reason has managed the unique feat of slowly unifying a coveted community which is infamous for its lack of unity.Read Interview

2 Comments:

Blogger Sampsa said...

Hi Farid,

Thanks for tipping me about Ganji pictures. The propaganda going around about Iran makes me sick. I'm glad the press in the U.S. is on it's toes this time and doesn't believe everything that is said by Bush administration. I posted good examples of this BS:

http://sampsak.blogspot.com/2006/03/lack-of-intelligence.html and http://sampsak.blogspot.com/2006/03/first-casualty-of-war.html.

I don't no if you noticed the article written by ex US intelligence officer about flaws of this current "crisis". I hope you find it interesting:

http://sampsak.blogspot.com/2006/03/iran-unnecessary-crisis.html

Ow, and you can find a link to your excellent site on my sidebar.

Cheers

11:36 AM  
Blogger Winston said...

Unfortunately Trita Parsi, NIAC and Amirahmadi have become tools in the hands of Iranian regime in the US

1:35 AM  

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