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Rouhani’s rocky first year

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Brookings Center for Middle East Policy

Last August, Hassan Rouhani was elected president of Iran. Since then, Rouhani has worked to overcome inherited domestic challenges—including an economy crippled by sanctions—while also improving relations with nations that remain skeptical of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

The Center for Middle East Policy has followed Rouhani’s presidency closely, and today we’re pleased to provide an in-depth examination of his first year in office in a new series on Iran@Brookings. We also encourage you to read Robert Einhorn’s open letter to the Iranian negotiating team. As a member of the American delegation for nuclear talks during his time at the State Department, Einhorn has much-valued insight to contribute to the process.

We hope you enjoy.

Sincerely,

Suzanne Maloney
Senior Fellow, Center for Middle East Policy
@MaloneySuzanne

BLOG SERIES
Rouhani's Rocky First Year: A Report Card

Rouhani’s Rocky First Year: A Report Card
Suzanne Maloney

The Iran@Brookings blog marks Hassan Rouhani’s first year in office by assessing Rouhani’s progress on major objectives, both in Iran and abroad.

EXPERT INSIGHT
An Open Letter to the Iranian Negotiating Team

An Open Letter to the Iranian Negotiating Team
Robert Einhorn

As a member of the American delegation for nuclear talks during his time at the State Department, Einhorn offers important insights on Tehran’s options during these final, crucial weeks of negotiations toward a comprehensive deal.

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