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Ayatollah Ali Baharvand has stepped down as one of Iran's nuclear negotiators. Sickened by the revolution that failed to elevate his country to the heights it deserved, he plans to seize control and strike his own deal with the West. But how far can he be trusted?
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About the Author
Christian Oliver is the Financial Times correspondent for North and South Korea. He was Reuters' Iran correspondent 20032006, covering the Bam earthquake, two disputed elections, and civil unrest.