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Tag Archives: Diplomacy
Highly ineffectual, well, disingenuous, efforts by U.S. President Barack Obama and his administration of engaging Iran even before its disputed presidential election of June 2009 have been seen for some time with growing concern. Iranians were in fact well advised … Continue reading
See update below. When recently presenting the United States’ new nuclear strategy, largely narrowing the potential use of nuclear weapons, two exceptions were explicitly named by President Obama: ‘outliers’ North Korea and Iran. The former had left the Nuclear Non-proliferation … Continue reading
Washington’s most provocative, well, mouthpiece of the Iranian regime, Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett, had an impressive performance last night in Charlie Rose’s show (who has interviewed the Iranian president Ahmadinejad four three times) at PBS. Flynt Leverett directs the … Continue reading
Iran’s long-awaited diplomatic proposal (not really a package) to the P5+1 world powers, the US, the UK, France, Germany, Russia, China, has disappointed many. The harshest reactions were coming from the US. American lawmakers may even want to use the five pages … Continue reading