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British Diplomacy and the Iranian Revolution, 1978-1981
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Chapter 1 - Introduction.- Chapter 2 - Britain's relationship with Iran before the 1970s.- Chapter 3 - The British mission in Iran in the 1970s.- Chapter 4 - Iran's descent into Chaos.- Chapter 5 - The embassy's failure to predict the Iranian revolution.- Chapter 6 - A new ambassador and the question of recognition.- Chapter 7 - Adjusting to a revolutionary state.- Chapter 8 - Britain and the fallout of the US embassy hostage crisis.- Chapter 9 - From the Iranian embassy siege to becoming an interests section.- Chapter 10 - No early return for the British embassy: the interests section and the revolution, 1980-81.- Chapter 11 - Conclusion.

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Luman Ali completed his PhD in History at the University of Nottingham, UK, in 2016.

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