Roham Alvandi

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As Iranian diplomats huddle in Vienna with representatives of six world powers to hammer out a deal on Iran’s nuclear program, it appears as if the West is about to open a new chapter in its long and troubled relationship with Iran. With a comprehensive agreement in sight, Britain is preparing to re-open its embassy in Tehran after a three-year rupture in relations and the United States is contemplating working with Iran to confront the Sunni extremist threat in Iraq.

But just as the world is demanding that Iran be honest about its past nuclear activities, Britain and the United States still refuse to come clean about the 1953 Anglo-American coup in Iran that remains an open wound in Iran’s relations with the West.…  Seguir leyendo »