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Posted in Iran by homeyra on April 13, 2008

What do Iranians think of their own government? an excerpt from Public opinion in Iran: with comparison to American public opinion (pdf) by World Public Opinion (h/t CM)

Iranians favor direct talks with US on shared issues, mutual access for journalists, more trade: … although Iranians continue to view the United States negatively, they strongly support steps to improve US-Iran relations including direct talks on issues of mutual concern, greater access for each others’ journalists, increased trade and more cultural, educational and athletic exchanges.

Iranians Oppose Producing Nuclear Weapons, Saying It Is Contrary to Islam but most insist on Iran producing nuclear fuel

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  1. Linda said, on April 14, 2008 at 5:43 am

    Hey, I was reading this post earlier today, and wasn’t there a graphic of an Iranian and U.S. flag together, or did I dream that? No way. What happened to that graphic? I liked it. Did somebody ask you to take it down?

    These are great links. I posted a bunch of links to studies about American misperceptions, and how those misperceptions influence public policy, at my site. By mid-week I should be all caught up with my real-life responsibilities and I’ll come back and post them.

    It’s pretty depressing, though, just how ignorant so many people are. It’s amazing they can find their car keys every morning and remember how to get to work. Oh, well. I want to come back as a martian in my next life. I’m just not that enchanted with the human race anymore.

  2. homeyra said, on April 14, 2008 at 6:17 am

    The image just disappeared! Uploading again.
    The previous version of wordpress was easier to manage.
    True, this rehearsal of the world doesn’t look so great and what an avoidable waste.

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