Foreign Policy Magazine

They Can’t Go Home Again

Iranians living in America reflect on their complicated relationship with their native country.

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHER HOSSEIN FATEMI first set out to document the Iranian-American immigrant community, not all of his subjects were happy about it.

Some 400,000 Iranians currently live in the United States, making up a diverse group with different

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