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The Shah’s Ghost…

Those of you paying attention to international affairs a generation ago recall the realization that Jimmy Carter’s decision to let the shah of Iran come to the...

Iran Reacts to Suicide of the Shah's Son

The youngest son of the late Shah of Iran, Alireza Pahlavi, committed suicide in Boston on Tuesday, the latest tragedy to afflict the exiled Persian royal...

U.S. Still Struggling to Understand Iran

Tens of thousands of Iranians march across central Tehran to Freedom Square angrily demanding the overthrow of the nation's leader in favor of an unlikely...

Still Waiting for Obama's Iran Diplomacy

When President Barack Obama visited the State Department on Jan. 22 and rolled out heavy-hitter envoys to handle Israeli-Palestinian and Afghan-Pakistani...

Barack, Don't Go

In 1978, with America's ally the Shah of Iran under siege, President Jimmy Carter asked a former diplomat named George Ball to study the situation and recommend...

10 Questions for Mike Wallace

Mike Wallace, 87, honed his style in the 1950s on Night Beat, where the host, cigarette smoke swirling in the air, grilled the guest on a dimly lit set. In 1968,...

Notebook: Jun. 10, 1996

WINNERS & LOSERS NETANYAHU ASCENDANT [WINNERS] ARIEL SHARON Phoenix-like, hawkish ex-general is likely to rise again, just behind Bibi's throne HAMAS Islamic...

A Letter From The Publisher, May 5, 1980

TIME was already rolling off the presses on a Sunday five weeks ago when the exiled Shah of Iran quietly boarded a plane in Panama for his newest sanctuary in...

World: The Shah's New Troubles

Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, the deposed Shah of Iran, faced yet another setback in his ill-starred 14-month exile. On the advice of his international team of...

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