Letters and Politics

The Dramatic Memoir of the Journalist Who Became a Part of the Iran Nuclear Deal

Journalist Jason Rezaian, Washington Post Tehran bureau chief was arrested and held hostage between 2014 and 2016 by Iranian police, accusing him of spying for America. We’ll talk about his experience and reflections two years later and current Iran-U.S. relations.

Guest: Jason Rezaian served as Tehran bureau chief for the Washington Post and is now an opinion writer for the paper and contributor to CNN.  He was convicted—but never sentenced—of espionage in a closed-door trial in Iran in 2015.

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