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Iran: Revolution 2.0?

Security, in the Caucasus and beyond…. comments on the recent election in Iran and its aftermath. However, the analytical blog focusing on a region which directly borders the Islamic republic says that both the governmental and opposition candidates in the disputed vote were products of the same system. The blog also says that it believes the protests are not a popular uprising, but a struggle for power between members of the establishment and ruling elite.

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