November 23, 2012

Why There Was No U.S.-Iran Drone Crisis

Robert Dreyfuss, The Diplomat

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The fact that both sides kept Iran's attack on a U.S. drone quiet until after the American election could signal hope towards compromise.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Drones, United States, Iran

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