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_creationDateNovember 22, 2006 3:32:31 PM
_modificationDateNovember 24, 2006 5:37:46 PM
_creatorYaron Koren
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TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentUnited States should negotiate with Iran
PositionPost-invasion Iraq / United States should negotiate with Iran
Position_linkUnited States should negotiate with Iran
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TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentUnited States should negotiate with Syria
PositionPost-invasion Iraq / United States should negotiate with Syria
Position_linkUnited States should negotiate with Syria
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AuthorThe Washington Times editorial board
SourceThe Washington Times
DateNovember 22, 2006
URLhttp://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-ed-iran21nov21,0,3834399.story
Quote"While talks with Tehran and Damascus are unlikely to achieve very much, we have no objection in principle to the idea of talking to these governments. After all, to paraphrase Henry Kissinger, it makes little sense to talk only with people that we agree with. The real question is whether expanding dialogue with either of these governments is likely to yield peace or freedom in Iraq"
SummaryWhat kind of rogue-state dialogue? by The Washington Times editorial board (The Washington Times, November 22, 2006) (view)