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Signs of Hope: Iran

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

plavix generic cost Roger Cohen in the New York Times has become a major supporter of engagement with Iran. After describing the continued provocations by Ayatollah Khamenei in response to Obama’s latest peace offering of sorts, he explains:

design http://hwynine.net/31813-aczone-price.html Khamenei also quieted the crowd when it began its ritual “Death to America” chant and he said this: “We’re not emotional when it comes to our important matters. We make decisions by calculation.”

http://renerussellcollection.com/89275-bactroban-canada.html assess Cohen sees the same opening with Iran that the esteemed foreign policy expert Les Gelb as interviewed by Barbara Slavin does (h/t Andrew Sullivan):

http://chapelhillchildrensclinic.com/65057-zofran-generic-cost.html еarn Iran as a society is more middle class and more prone to democracy than any other country in that part of the world. Within ten years, Iran will be our closest ally in the region.

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