Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

March 19, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claims that Tehran has, all things considered, outperformed Western states in its handling of the coronavirus crisis. No one can deny that panic has set in across Europe and the U.S. as the virus has spread. But instead of gloating — for which there is no justification as Iran remains the third-most-badly-hit country in the world with some 1,300 people dead and another 19,000 infected — Rouhani ought to keep his eyes on some far more troubling signs closer to home as revealed by reactions to the crisis.</p>

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

March 19, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claims that Tehran has, all things considered, outperformed Western states in its handling of the coronavirus crisis. No one can deny that panic has set in across Europe and the U.S. as the virus has spread. But instead of gloating — for which there is no justification as Iran remains the third-most-badly-hit country in the world with some 1,300 people dead and another 19,000 infected — Rouhani ought to keep his eyes on some far more troubling signs closer to home as revealed by reactions to the crisis.</p>

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

March 19, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claims that Tehran has, all things considered, outperformed Western states in its handling of the coronavirus crisis. No one can deny that panic has set in across Europe and the U.S. as the virus has spread. But instead of gloating — for which there is no justification as Iran remains the third-most-badly-hit country in the world with some 1,300 people dead and another 19,000 infected — Rouhani ought to keep his eyes on some far more troubling signs closer to home as revealed by reactions to the crisis.</p>

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

Coronavirus underscores Iran's internal struggle over its relationship with the world

March 19, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claims that Tehran has, all things considered, outperformed Western states in its handling of the coronavirus crisis. No one can deny that panic has set in across Europe and the U.S. as the virus has spread. But instead of gloating — for which there is no justification as Iran remains the third-most-badly-hit country in the world with some 1,300 people dead and another 19,000 infected — Rouhani ought to keep his eyes on some far more troubling signs closer to home as revealed by reactions to the crisis.</p>