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Voices of the Middle East
Reading Legitimation in Tehran
Danny Postel, New Democracy Senior editor;
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April 14, 2007, 2:47 p.m.
Danny Postel is a journalist and critic living in Chicago. He is co-coordinator of the Committee for Academic and Intellectual Freedom of the International Society for Iranian Studies and a Senior Editor of openDemocracy, an online global magazine of poli
Goudarz Eghtedari, and KBOO 90.7 FM, Voices of the Middle East
This is an interview with Danny Postel about his book "Reading Legitimation in Tehran" which argues that western left has failed to support liberal democratic movements in thirld world coutries such as Iran if the country is under pressure from the US aggression. This experience is a repeat of what happened with Serbian invasion.

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Danny Postel Interview
00:37:39 1 April 12, 2007
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