January 7, 2014

Moral Case for Ending the U.S. Cold War with Iran

Peter Beinart, The Atlantic

The Associated Press

The stakes are higher than restraining Tehran's nuclear program. Improved relations may be our last best hope of ending the Syrian civil war.

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