Calling Iran's bluff

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Author(s) Fred Kaplan
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Date Sept. 11, 2006
Quotes-start.png "So, what's the harm in taking [the Iranians'] declarations a bit seriously, in calling their bluff (if that's what it is), and seeing where things lead? If they lead nowhere, at least we'll have demonstrated the sincerity of our intentions and the mendacity of theirs—an important step in rallying allies, whose support will be crucial if sanctions (or other sorts of threats) become necessary." 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.