TEHRAN, May 18 (ISNA)-Barack Obama, Hilary Clinton and John McCain, the three US presidential candidates sharing the same view on US foreign policy, all know Washington as a super power in the world, said an Iranian Professor Hamid Molana of American University in Washington.
The three candidates are competing to win US presidential elections to be held November.
It is an oversimplification to think Iran will benefit if one of the three nominees takes power in hand, Molana said.
Iran and the US cut diplomatic ties after Islamic revolution in 1979 and the capture of US embassy in Tehran.
Although Barack Obama, a Democratic candidate, has said he is ready to talk to the Iranian president but he never speaks of ending hegemonic approaches followed by his country.
All US presidents either Democrat or Republican have violated Iran's rights, Molana said, "therefore we cannot say one the US president will help improve ties with Iran whereas the other one does not."
He also described US presidential elections as an approach to carry on with domination over countries; a voting that could introduce only two parties to be elected.
The professor also said the US, suffering from an economic crisis, now seems to experience a worse economic condition than that of Carter's tenure.
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