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Council on Foreign Relations and the Middle East

Council on Foreign Relations and the Middle East

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Published by William Litynski
Meetings between Council on Foreign Relations members and political leaders of the Arab world
Meetings between Council on Foreign Relations members and political leaders of the Arab world

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Published by: William Litynski on Mar 25, 2011
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Council on Foreign Relations & The Middle EastCouncil on Foreign Relations & Iran
 Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi speaks at the Council for Foreign Relations on Park Avenue in New York City on Monday,October 1, 2012. Ali Akbar Salehi is the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran (2010-present) and former Head of AtomicEnergy Organization of Iran (2009-2010). (AP Photo/John Minchillo)Former President of Iran Mohammad Khatami (left) and U.S. Senator John F. Kerry (right) take the stage for a discussion on “TheFuture of the Middle East” at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on January 27, 2007. John F. Kerry is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. ( AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
John H. Coatsworth (left), Dean of School of International Affairs at Columbia University, shakes hands with Iran's PresidentMahmoud Ahmadinejad after speaking at Columbia University in New York City on September 24, 2007. John H. Coatsworth is amember of the Council on Foreign Relations. (Getty Images) ABC News journalist Diane Sawyer (right), a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, has an exclusive interview with Iran’sPresident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Tehran, Iran on February 12, 2007. (Photo by ABC News via Getty Images)
 Averell Harriman visits the Shah of Iran. Averell Harriman was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations for 63 years and amember of Skull & Bones at Yale University. Averell Harriman (left) speaks to Prime Minister of Iran Mohammed Mossadegh on July 28, 1951. Mohammed Mossadegh wasoverthrown from office in a coup supported by the CIA in 1953; Allen Dulles was the CIA director and a director of the Council onForeign Relations at the time of the coup. Allen Dulles was a Director of the Council on Foreign relations from 1927 to 1969 and aCIA director from 1953 to 1961. Mohammed Mossadegh was elected by the people of Iran to serve as Prime Minister of Iran.

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