Iran-Israel History Suggests a Different Future: Pankaj Mishra

Columns Illustration by Martin Nicolausson Pankaj Mishra is the author of “Temptations of the West: How to be Modern in India, Pakistan, Tibet and Beyond,” “The Romantics: A Novel” and “An End to Suffering: The Buddha in the World.” Apparently, it is reckless to think that India could bring about a rapprochement between Iran and the U.S.

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Iran-Israel History Suggests a Different Future: Pankaj Mishra

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