Why does the US not care about Iran after the 1980's?
because of Islamic revolution in Iran which is against white house goals
In the 1970s, before the Islamic revolution in Iran, many Iranian students were traveling to the United States to attend American universities. Many of them remained in the U.S. because of upheaval in their home country. The 1980s and 1990s saw an increase in family immigration to escape religious and political oppression in Iran.
Does Iran have a red cross organization of their own and does America have better education than Iran Do Americans have better doctors Is it easier to get into a university in Iran or the US?
While Iran may feel threatened by the US, the US does not issue threats to Iran. Iran has recently been often cautioned to stop human rights abuses, internationally illegal activities, and to end their nuclear arms research. This has been done by the UN as a whole, not exclusively by the US. The US is not the world police, and does not strive for the position.
Well, from the moment that Islamic revolution occurred in 1978, Iran has changed a lot. The relationships between Iran and the US was ended and the US and its allies put sanctions on Iran. Iran is not so safe, but traveling there is considered as one of the enjoyable trips that everyone can experience.
Iran has not attacked the United States, with two exceptions. It stormed the US embassy in 1979 and took the US delegation hostage for 444 days. Iran also attacked the US covert operatives sent into Iranian airspace to retrieve the hostages since the US craft were in violation of Iranian airspace regulations.