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Iran after Ahmadinejad

June 15th, 2013
09:37 AM ET

CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Ambassador Thomas Pickering about Iran after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.


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  1. Z

    Selecting this guy as next president, shows just how desperate and hopeless people are for change in Iran but they will be all disappointed.

    June 15, 2013 at 12:28 pm | Reply
  2. Tunc Birget

    Ms Amanpour, you are biased and distorting the facts. You must resign because I throw up everytime I see you on cnn. The world has had enough of you..!

    June 15, 2013 at 1:14 pm | Reply
    • H. B.

      This is almost a textbook example of how hate-prejudice works.

      HE says he throws up – THEREFORE she must quit her job to spare him this vomiting. FURTHERMORE, his vomiting is (somehow?) proof that the world has "had enough" of her.

      From his vomiting to a declaration of what the whole WORLD wants is the kind of leap that only prejudiced haters can do with aplomb.

      Calling her biased and prejudiced is slapping his OWN bias and prejudice on someone else, hoping nobody will notice his own. He CLAIMS she's biased and prejudiced, while he proclaims his OWN.

      Please note, Mr. Tunk, that nobody cares if you yark your cookies – or when, or why.

      Repeat: Nobody CARES.

      June 16, 2013 at 4:27 pm | Reply
  3. Cristiano

    Please Christiane , Take a look this vídeo and talk about

    June 15, 2013 at 3:03 pm | Reply
  4. Filiz Troudt

    Please cover Taksim, Turkey right now...police attacked the people in the park and thousands are walking to Taksim now

    June 15, 2013 at 4:28 pm | Reply
  5. asaad erfan

    I was just contemplating : What would the CIA media machine be talking about now if someone else had won the election? Ballot box rigging or unfair election for example.....etc.

    June 17, 2013 at 3:44 am | Reply
    • James

      I'm still waiting for an explanation of: "there are also a couple of reformist show candidates, fig-leaves really as they are considered too weak and too unpopular to stand any chance at all"

      from http://amanpour.blogs.cnn.com/2013/05/22/amanpour-explains-irans-presidential-election/?hpt=hp_bn9

      How does one dismiss a countries' entire democratic elections when in the USA it is a two horse race and not even your employer (CNN) could bother to provide any of the other candidates (yes there were more than two in the US elections!) a chance to speak?

      I simply struggle to understand how a hard hitting journalist like Amanpour justifies her critique of Iran in this light.

      June 18, 2013 at 9:53 am | Reply
  6. Shawn

    It's been a couple days since my post. I don't see it, but I was expressing that I hope both sides don't screw this opportunity up.
    But after thinking about it more, I'm wondering about what this "20% solution" is. My guess is Iran will be allowed to manufacture 20% of high grade uranium? 20% of what? And the main concern is if Iran manufactures weapons grade uranium, it will be used against countries and regions that Iran does not like. In other words, it will be used against Israel, and whatever Sunni enclave the IRCG does not like.
    In addition to the ability to manufacture weapons grade uranium, the concern of the West is Iran ability to secure it against other adversaries, and Iran's potential use.
    I don't know what the answer is as Iran is hell bent on obtaining an atomic weapon.

    June 18, 2013 at 8:40 pm | Reply
  7. Tusi

    Long live Iran

    August 6, 2013 at 7:38 pm | Reply

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