February 1, 2013

Time for U.S. to Accept Iranian Power

Flynt & Hillary Leverett, Reuters

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For its own interests, Washington must take a fundamentally different approach. President Obama needs to realign U.S. relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran as thoroughly as President Nixon realigned relations with the People’s Republic of China in the early 1970s. Simply “talking” to Iran will not accomplish this.

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