The Rouhani Presidency at Three

IranPolitik managing editor Farzan Sabet has written a new article for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace:

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani swept into office in August 2013 with a slim majority built on a message of “hope and prudence” and an election campaign that promised to end Iran’s international isolation, bring economic prosperity, and expand social and political freedoms. Heading into the last year of his current term as president, his mixed record of successes and unfulfilled promises—as well as pressure from conservatives and the electorate—means he that he will not necessarily have an easy bid for a second term in 2017.

To read the rest of the article, visit the Carnegie Endowment.