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Author(s) James Klurfeld
Source Newsday
Date July 17, 2008
URL http://www.newsday.com/news/opinion/ny-opklu175765985jul17,0,3505576.column
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Quotes-start.png "A one-dimensional, militant approach to Iran by the United States has not and will not be productive. Is it possible to convince Tehran to give up its nuclear program? That's uncertain. The overthrow of Hussein in Iraq certainly gave some in Iran incentive for having a deterrent. A more sophisticated approach by Washington, one with carrots and sticks, always made more sense." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position United States should negotiate with Iran on the topic Iranian nuclear crisis.



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