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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221105061
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 270
Size : 135 x 215 mm
The Iranian Paradox

Release date : 04/05/2006

The Iranian Paradox is an extremely timely and in-depth work written by journalist Claire Tréan. In it, she lays out quite clearly the political, social, and economic issues that have the whole world talking. From the controversies revolving around the outspoken new President Ahmadinejad, including...

The Iranian Paradox is an extremely timely and in-depth work written by journalist Claire Tréan. In it, she lays out quite clearly the political, social, and economic issues that have the whole world talking. From the controversies revolving around the outspoken new President Ahmadinejad, including his path to power, to the stalled nuclear talks with the Europeans, Claire Tréan takes us inside Iran to show us the big picture of what's really happening and how its citizens are reacting. In 2005, she spent several months travelling around Iran which permitted her to talk with people representative of every demographic in order to learn how they think and feel. She recounts their stories to help us better relate to their lives which, from a distance, might seem so different from those of the Western World. And as an expert on the middle east for Le Monde, she provides the historical context necessary to understand today's situation.

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EAN : 9782221105061
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 270
Size : 135 x 215 mm
Robert Laffont