November 9, 2012

Obama's Victory Vindicates Iran Policy

Matthew Duss, Globe and Mail

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President Barack Obama's re-election victory represents an important vindication of his approach to Iran and its potential nuclear ambitions -- and, for the world, a new face of American policy in the Middle East that will relegate the aggressive policies of George W. Bush into the distant past.

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