Tehran’s Protest Problem may run deeper than it thinks

EXPERT PERSPECTIVE — Students at dozens of universities across Iran faced tear gas and gunfire over the weekend as they continue to defy officials in protest over Mahsa Amini, the young woman who died while in the custody of Iran’s morality police last month for wearing attire they that officials deemed inappropriate.

How are these continuing protests impacting the regime and what is the likelihood that they will bring about any real change? 

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