Trita Parsi

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Trita Parsi is the founder and president of the National Iranian American Council

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Our Posts Mentioning Dr. Trita Parsi

May 02, 2013Trita Parsi, The Court Has Spoken

Apr 30, 2013Dan Joyner, Anti-IAEA Lobby Upgrade

Apr 12, 2013The Case of Lyse Doucet

Mar 20, 2013Iran: The European Media Update

Mar 18, 2013The NYT’s medical idée fixe

Jan 30, 2013Iran’s ‘unofficial’ spokespeople: Another turn of the screw

Dec 28, 2012Iran’s proxies – periodical update

Dec 14, 2012Reza Marashi – the new Trita Parsi

Nov 09, 2012Diplomacy: It still takes two to tango

Nov 05, 2012Return of Iran’s unofficial spokespeople

Oct 03, 2012Bibi’s Red Line and CNN’s Editorial Line

Sep 24, 2012Where is Trita?

 

Top Quotes By Dr. Trita Parsi

May 06, 2013 (YourMiddleEast)

“The Iranians are currently paralyzed as a result of their elections and while the election outcome is unlikely to have a deep impact on it, a new president in Tehran that has no theories about the Holocaust and that doesn’t use the rhetoric that Ahmadinejad did against Israel will go a far way in changing the atmospherics between the two countries.”

Apr 16, 2013 (GoingToTehran)

The Strategic and Moral Bankruptcy of U.S. Sanctions Policy Toward Iran—Flynt Leverett and Trita Parsi on HuffPost Live

Mar 06, 2013 (HuffingtonPost)

“Iran had the same government and the same companies running the pharmaceutical and medical supplies business — all with the same deficiencies — prior to the ratcheting up of sanctions; yet Iranian patients did not lack in healthcare in the same way that they do today. Shortages began when the continuous tightening of sanctions eventually placed overwhelming obstacles in the way of humanitarian trade. There is no chicken and egg argument to be had in this instance…”

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