An Iran Scorecard

AN IRAN SCORECARD….After writing yesterday that I didn’t know anything about Iran, today I came across an interesting post over at Unfogged that gives a brief outline of who the various players are in Iran, who to trust, and who not to. It’s only one person’s opinion, of course, and I can’t vouch for it personally (especially since it’s an anonymous person), but the writer is an Iranian who seems pretty familiar with what’s really going on and it has a ring of reasonableness about it. It’s nice and concise, and I recommend reading it.

Informed dissenting opinions are welcome, of course.

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