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_creationDateNovember 21, 2006 3:42:09 PM
_modificationDateNovember 24, 2006 5:33:19 PM
_creatorYaron Koren
_fullText{{item |author=Simon Tisdall |source=The Guardian |date=October 25, 2006 |url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldbriefing/story/0,,1930797,00.html |quote="It looks like a long shot now. And much will depend on the willingness of Iran to play ball. Yet all but the most extreme hardliners in Tehran h ...
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TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentUnited States should negotiate with Syria
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AuthorSimon Tisdall
SourceThe Guardian
DateOctober 25, 2006
URLhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/worldbriefing/story/0,,1930797,00.html
Quote"It looks like a long shot now. And much will depend on the willingness of Iran to play ball. Yet all but the most extreme hardliners in Tehran have long sought dialogue with the US. Like Syria's leadership, what they really want from Washington is legitimacy and respect. More than current confrontationalism, such developments, if carefully nurtured, could ultimately advance the US aim of a democratic Middle East."
SummaryTime for Bush to talk to Iran and Syria by Simon Tisdall (The Guardian, October 25, 2006) (view)