The U.S. moved to list the Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corp as a terrorist group — an escalation of anti-Iran moves that critics say could leave U.S. forces vulnerable to other country's listings.
Elizabeth Rosenberg joins NPR's "All Things Considered" to discuss. Listen to the full conversation:
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