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Mixed Signals Between Iran and the US

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy Posted: Oct 03, 2009

Editor's Note: As Iran and the United States face the prospect of their first major talks in over thirty years, the media frenzy is increasing. Professor William Beeman cuts through the white noise to analyze the signals being sent by Iran and how the US is interpreting them. Iran's announcement of a second uranium enrichment facility has caused the rhetoric to sharpen on all sides. On Thursday, lawmakers in the US approved legislation designed to punish foreign companies exporting gasoline to Iran by preventing them from receiving contracts to deliver oil to the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve.



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