April 2, 2010

Sanctions Will Make Tehran Take Notice

Meir Javedanfar, The Guardian

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China's new willingness to talk about UN sanctions on Iran could force Ayatollah Khamenei to the negotiating table.

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TAGGED: Ali Khamenei, Sanctions, United Nations, China, Iran

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