May 28, 2014

Secret Diplomacy to Seal Iran Appeasement

J. Tobin, Commentary

The Associated Press

President Obama seems determined to double down on his determination to get a deal. As the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, the president is revisiting the tactic he used last year to revive the moribund P5+1 talks with Iran. Rather than continuing to work with his European partners, it appears the U.S. will once again leave the multilateral negotiations and conduct bilateral talks.

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