Iran's foreign relations in spotlight 40 years after revolution

Today, Iran faces a hostile White House and has many enemies because of its attempts to project influence beyond its borders.

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    Forty years ago, Iran's Islamic revolution did not just topple the Shah, it reversed its pro-United States policy and ended American influence. And hostility towards the US has been the pillar of Iran's foreign policy ever since.

    Today, Iran faces a hostile White House and has many enemies because of its attempts to project influence beyond its borders.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Tehran.


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