We hear a lot about Iran in the Western press and from Western politicians, but we rarely hear from the Iranian people. Our guest lives in Tehran where she works as a documentary photographer.
We agreed to keep her identity private in order to allow for a more open discussion about Iran and its relationship to the world, and we closed our conversation with a question from our guest:
”“How responsible do you feel about the situation in Iran right now? And what do you think you can do about it?”
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“Iranians Planning to Spend $10 Billion on U.S. Arms”, New York Times, 1976
“Pahlavi Fortune: A Staggering Sum”, Washington Post, 1979
“Iran and Iraq remember war that cost more than a million lives”, The Guardian, 2010