Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">The Revolutionary Guards have by and large remained silent. A number of individuals associated with the Guards have asked for caution, saying that the Americans may not deliver—but no one has come out against the deal. This is indicative of how power works in Iran. One key center of power is obviously the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, who supports the deal. Hardliners don’t represent a distinct sector of power, but are part of the Supreme Leader’s inner circle and echo his views. Along these lines, it’s important to note that there aren’t many hardliners in Iran to the right of Khamenei; those who are rabidly anti-American are few in number and don’t have much clout.</span></span></p>

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Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">The Revolutionary Guards have by and large remained silent. A number of individuals associated with the Guards have asked for caution, saying that the Americans may not deliver—but no one has come out against the deal. This is indicative of how power works in Iran. One key center of power is obviously the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, who supports the deal. Hardliners don’t represent a distinct sector of power, but are part of the Supreme Leader’s inner circle and echo his views. Along these lines, it’s important to note that there aren’t many hardliners in Iran to the right of Khamenei; those who are rabidly anti-American are few in number and don’t have much clout.</span></span></p>

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Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">The Revolutionary Guards have by and large remained silent. A number of individuals associated with the Guards have asked for caution, saying that the Americans may not deliver—but no one has come out against the deal. This is indicative of how power works in Iran. One key center of power is obviously the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, who supports the deal. Hardliners don’t represent a distinct sector of power, but are part of the Supreme Leader’s inner circle and echo his views. Along these lines, it’s important to note that there aren’t many hardliners in Iran to the right of Khamenei; those who are rabidly anti-American are few in number and don’t have much clout.</span></span></p>

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Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Hardliners and the Nuclear Deal

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">The Revolutionary Guards have by and large remained silent. A number of individuals associated with the Guards have asked for caution, saying that the Americans may not deliver—but no one has come out against the deal. This is indicative of how power works in Iran. One key center of power is obviously the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, who supports the deal. Hardliners don’t represent a distinct sector of power, but are part of the Supreme Leader’s inner circle and echo his views. Along these lines, it’s important to note that there aren’t many hardliners in Iran to the right of Khamenei; those who are rabidly anti-American are few in number and don’t have much clout.</span></span></p>

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