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Ayatollah Khamenei, the commander in chief of the IRGC, regularly praises Iranian officials who defy the U.S. and scorns officials who advocate cooperation with the U.S., i haven’t seen any signs that this institutional culture has changed after the nuclear deal. —Karim Sadjadpour The forces of darkness remain pretty firmly entrenched, we shouldn’t underestimate the Iranian population’s will for change or underestimate the means of the Iranian regime to crush change seekers. —Karim Sadjadpour Had it not been for Rafsanjani, Khamenei would have never become supreme leader. Those close to Rafsanjani say he rues the day he helped anoint Khamenei, they are the epitome of frenemies. —Karim Sadjadpour They are the epitome of frenemies. —Karim Sadjadpour Since 1979 the two countries have fought numerous proxy conflicts throughout the Middle East and often exchange threats and insults. But they’ve stopped short of direct conflict and eventually agreed to a cold reconciliation. —Karim Sadjadpour

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In order to reach a deal, the administration has had to persuade a skeptical Congress and U.S. public that Iran’s nuclear activities are now transparent and peaceful. —Karim Sadjadpour The leverage is much more in Washington than in the Gulf. —Karim Sadjadpour This letter vindicates the cynics and conspiracy theorists in Tehran who don’t want a deal or believe Obama can’t deliver on one, iran’s hardliners have always thrived in isolation. —Karim Sadjadpour There’s never been a strong correlation between his behavior and the price of oil. —Karim Sadjadpour It makes it much more difficult to sell this deal to the U.S. public. —Karim Sadjadpour