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Barlow and Akbarzadeh on Ruptures in
A complex set of political and economic challenges have placed the Islamic Republic on the shakiest ground since its inception in 1979. Growing rifts amongst Iran's top clerics and political elite have revealed the regime's inability to pursue a coherent policy and project an image of unity on both the domestic and international stage. To make matters worse, the regime has been unable to provide social and economic security for its citizens in the face of harsh international sanctions andfatcat:64ufwmqo5fbvjdlerwwdrajfk4