With a full 12 months now between us and the
election, the time is ripe to start revisiting the hype and hope in a year of
writing: which stories were overblown, what stories were missed entirely, and
what can be gleaned about Iran's annus
horribilis from a more thorough understanding. FP asked seven prominent Iranian-Americans, deeply immersed in both
the English- and Persian-language media, to look through the fog of journalism
at what actually happened in Tehran -- and why so many of us got it so wrong.