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Iran v America: what’s behind the feud? | The Economist

Iran and America’s decades-long feud has led to hostage-taking, sanctions and proxy wars that have shaped the Middle East. What is behind the feud, and can it be resolved?

00:00 - The history of the feud
01:01 - 1951-53: The Persian Oil Crisis
02:04 - The 1953 coup
04:11 - 1978-1979: The Iranian revolution
05:12 - 1979-81: The hostage crisis
06:58 - 1980-88: The Iraq-Iran war
09:06 - 1983: US embassy bombing
09:50 - Hizbullah
11:00 - The nuclear age
11:53 - 2015: JCPOA signed

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