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3 de Marzo de 2008

Stephen Kinzer habla sobre las relaciones entre EE.UU. e Irán, el golpe de estado ejecutado por la CIA en Irán en 1953 y las raíces del terrorismo en Medio Oriente.


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Mientras que el presidente Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visita Irak para celebrar un encuentro histórico con líderes iraquíes, hablamos con el ex corresponsal de temas internacionales del New York Times Stephen Kinzer, autor del libro “_All the Shah’s Men: An American Coup And The Roots of Middle East Terror_” (Todos los hombres del Shah: Un golpe de estado estadounidense y las raíces del terrorismo en Medio Oriente).

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