Key Points

 and leading to the imposition of U.S. and international sanctions on the country. For the last four decades, Iran’s economy has suffered from corruption, high inflation rate, high unemployment rate, high poverty rate, and low economic growth. As a result, an economy which was ahead of South Korea under the Shah, is now failing at all levels. Iran needs structural and fundamental reform of its economy and the exit of the Guard from Iran’s economy and politics is a prerequisite for any successful economic and political. However, over the past two decades, it has become more and more clear that only a revolution can drive the Guard out of Iran’s politics and economy because the IRGC is not just guarding the regime, the Guard is the regime.

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