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Iran protests: can they topple the regime?

Protests in Iran pose the biggest threat to the country’s authoritarian regime in decades. But how does an uprising transform into a revolution? Lessons from Iran’s own history offer some clues.

00:00 - How can Iran’s protests topple the regime?
01:00 - Four factors affect the success of the protests
01:20 - 1. Stronger leadership
02:50 - 2. Resilience
03:55 - 3. The regime cracks
04:55 - 4. International support

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