July 16, 2014

Is Obama's Strategy on Iran Sound?

Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest

The Associated Press

While other items on President Obama’s foreign policy agenda have come and gone, his drive to coming to some kind of agreement with Iran over nuclear weapons has been remarkably consistent. But has the White House carefully considered the strategic consequences of “success”?

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