With Tehran still reeling from Qasem Soleimani's assassination, mounting US sanctions and an economic crisis, the coronavirus pandemic has caught Iran in a difficult period. This may explain why Iran reportedly decided to reduce its military presence in Syria. Is this part of a wider shift in Iran regional strategy? Host Marco Werman speaks with Naysan Rafati, senior analyst on Iran at the International Crisis Group, based in Washington.
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