Iran election: Oil, unrest and some very nervous Saudis

Anything that unsettles the leadership, particularly Ahmadinejad, who they view as a problem, is a good thing. They think he’s destabilizing, they can’t read him, they think he’s antagonistic. On the other hand, they don’t like instability in general. The masses in the streets make them nervous. Full Story »

Posted by Joey Baker
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Subjects: World, Politics
Topics: Middle East, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Elections, Democracy In the Middle East
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Posted by: Posted by Joey Baker - Jun 18, 2009 - 11:36 AM PDT
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Edited by: Joey Baker - Jun 18, 2009 - 11:36 AM PDT

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Joey Baker
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by Joey Baker - Jun. 18, 2009

Interview of an expert on local politics. It's two journalists talking, but the information is solid. Interview format isn't the best choice.

I actually really like this sort of journalism. It's the sort of thing GlobalPost ought to do more often.

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Wilfredo E Cespedes
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by Wilfredo E Cespedes - Jun. 19, 2009

I agree with the observations made. It will be quite interesting to see how they will play out in the coming days.

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