How Arab States See the Iran Crisis

Thursday, June 25, 2009

It's been thirteen days since the results in Iran's presidential election swept President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad back to power and thousands of protesters into the streets. For Arab leaders who have seen President Ahmadinejad as a destabilizing force in the region, it's a win-win situation. For more on the continued unrest and its effect on the region, Michael Slackman, a reporter with our partners The New York Times, joins us from Cairo, Egypt.

For more, read Michael Slackman's article, Arab States Aligned With U.S. Savor Turmoil in Iran, in The New York Times.


Michael Slackman

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