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Will the Economy Be Ahmadinejad's Downfall?

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appears to believe that only desperate measures on the economy can save his presidency when Iranians go to the polls in...

Iran's Referendum on Ahmadinejad

The Bush Administration's regime-change rhetoric and $75 million a year democracy-promotion plan skirts an unpalatable reality about Iran: Even within the limits...

The Ayatullah vs. The President

The invective and the encomiums from the white-bearded speaker echoed almost like ritual as thousands of Iranians gathered at Tehran University on Feb. 3 for a...

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Photo Essays

Iranians Cast Vote in an Uneasy Election

As Iran heads to the polls to elect a successor to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, they find themselves torn between making a choice for themselves and a statement to the...

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Time.com Specials

Top 10 Ahmadinejad-isms

Never one to shy away from a controversial remark, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad used his address to the United Nations General Assembly to lash out at...

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