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September 1980 - Issue 91 - The Iranian choice

For God and Country - The Iranian Choice

Has Iran exchanged one dictator for another? Issue editor Christopher Sheppard puts into perspective the fall of the Shah and the rise of Islam.


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YOU can still visit Guatemala as a tourist and not know what is going on.

Military Madness

Why the Shah spent billions on US arms - and how it finished him. By *Michael Klare*.

Iran - The Facts

Iran's development bears the indelible stamp of its oil wealth.

Bad Intelligence

Should Khomeini blame the CIA? *Carl Kaplan* talks to one of the Agency's operators.

The Economy according to Islam

Is the Islamic republic capitalist or socialist asks *Terry Povey*.

For God and Country

Has Iran exchanged one dictator for another? Issue editor *Christopher Sheppard* puts into perspective the fall of the Shah and...

Tobacco Toll

'There is,' according to the Chairman of British American Tobacco (BAT), 'no statistical association between smoking and health...

Riding the Right Road

'One of the poorest countries in the world, with one of the wisest leaders.' That's how President Nyerere's Tanzania has been...
On the Never-Never

On the Never-Never

Default, the nightmare word for international bankers has again crept into the conversations of the big money men from New York,...
Haiti - Keeping it in the family

Haiti - Keeping it in the family

'Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose' is a familiar French phrase that seems gruesomly appropriate in modernday Haiti.

Kurds at War

*Miruk Siamand* reports on the continuing struggle of the Kurdish people.

Fanning the Flames

In the Pope's New Year message this January, he pointed out that just 200 of the 50,000 nuclear weapons now estimated to be in...

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