Iran's hardline president-elect
New York Times Correspondent David Sanger and European Council on Foreign Relations Deputy Fellow Ellie Geranmayeh discuss the implications of Ebrahim Raisi’s election.
On GPS: The 21st century arms raceNew York Times correspondent and CNN contributor David Sanger tells Fareed how the US should view China’s reported hypersonic missile test.
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Hardline judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi wins Iran presidency: 3 ways it mattersAn initial count in Iran’s presidential election has put conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi in an unassailable lead.
Ultra-conservative candidate set to win Iran's presidential electionEbrahim Raisi, a hardline judiciary chief with a brutal human rights record, is set to win Iran’s controversial presidential election, according to preliminary results announced by the interior..
Iran election: Hardline cleric and judiciary chief Raisi is front-runner