Fries Like Us

“We know each other. All of the mistrust that has been there for these decades remains. It’s not gone. It’s incredibly present all the time. But it fights against the fact that we’ve spent two years getting to know each other.” The New Yorker’s Robin Wright looks at the difficult negotiating moments on the way to the Iran nuclear deal, and what impact it might have on the revolution’s midlife crisis.

+ Some on social media “are full of anticipation, some full of despair, some full of sarcasm.” But they’re all asking the same thing: When will Iran get its first McDonald’s?

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