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A Reformist Presidential Win Is Unlikely to Shift Iran's Regional Policy

Jul 6, 2024 | 17:08 GMT

A billboard displaying the faces of the six candidates in Iran's 2024 presidential election with July 5 runoff winner Masoud Pezeshkian at second from right.
A billboard displaying the faces of the six candidates in Iran's 2024 presidential election with July 5 runoff winner Masoud Pezeshkian at second from right.

(ATTA KENARE/AFP via Getty Images)

Iranian President-elect Masoud Pezeshkian will attempt to improve relations with the West, including the United States, but he is unlikely to impact Iran's regional strategy significantly and is likely to face considerable domestic constraints. ...

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