June 28, 2014

Can Obama Make Iran Pull Back Its Horns?

Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest

The Associated Press

As the Middle East collapses into chaos, the U.S. must change the incentives for Iran—even if that means making uncomfortable choices in DC.

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TAGGED: Iran, Middle East, Barack Obama

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