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Factional Politics in Post-Khomeini Iran

Mehdi Moslem

Paper $29.95s    |    0-8156-2978-8    |   2002

A profound analysis of the diverse political, socio-cultural, economic, and foreign policy issues that have engulfed revolutionary-Islamic Iran since its inception.

"One of the most enduring features of Iranian politics under the Islamic Republic has been the kaleidoscope of competing factions. . . . But, as the author of this well-researched and informative book makes clear, factional divisions in contemporary Iran are far more complicated and fluid, and they do not lend themselves to simple classification. Relying on a variety of Iranian documents, including parliamentary debates and newspapers, as well as Western sources, Moslem provides a detailed analysis of factions and factional interaction in post-Khomeni Iran. He explains the sources of factionalism and the major personalities in the evolving factional alignments in the country. Highly recommended."
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6 x 9, 320 pages, bibliography, index

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