The Rise of the Pasdaran

The Rise of the Pasdaran Assessing the Domestic Roles of Iran's Islamic
Revolutionary Guards Corps Frederic Wehrey, Jerrold D. Green, Brian
Nichiporuk, Alireza Nader, Lydia Hansell, Rasool Nafisi, S. R. Bohandy Prepared
for the Office of ...

The Rise of the Pasdaran

The Rise of the Pasdaran

Examines the broad-ranging domestic roles of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, assessing its influence over Iran's political culture, economy, and society and its ability to shape the political future of the Islamic Republic of Iran.--Publisher description.

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