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Protests in Iran require care and nuance

In the final days of 2017, protests erupted and quickly spread to cities across the country of Iran. More than a week later, a government crackdown has left more than 20 people killed and 450 arrested, as demonstrations continue in the most serious show of resistance to the oppressive regime in Tehran since the 2009 Green Revolution.
These protests are worthy of careful consideration - and while there may be a productive role for the United States to play moving forward, the Trump Administration hasn’t landed on it just yet.
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