The State of Public Diplomacy in Iran’s Foreign Policy

There is no effective and determining lobby and “track II diplomacy” between Iran and the United States, or at least, if such lobby exists, it is weaker and less efficient than ever. Even those Iranians with dual citizenship, who on their own discretion make efforts to counter the existing sanctions and pressures against Iran and modify the US public opinion, are not supported and are even under mounting pressure from lobby groups affiliated with Israel, Saudi Arabia and some other Arab countries that are active against Iran.

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“The State of Public Diplomacy in Iran’s Foreign Policy,” Interview with Seyed Hossein Mousavian, Iran Review, June 10, 2017.