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|quote="For the last three decades, convoluted historical grievances, emotional barriers, and frequent and mutual misunderstandings have obstructed a rational relationship between two states that often share many interests in common. In one of the paradoxes of the Middle East, the theocratic states' position today is closer to the bipartisan Baker-Hamilton report then is the Bush administration."
 
|quote="For the last three decades, convoluted historical grievances, emotional barriers, and frequent and mutual misunderstandings have obstructed a rational relationship between two states that often share many interests in common. In one of the paradoxes of the Middle East, the theocratic states' position today is closer to the bipartisan Baker-Hamilton report then is the Bush administration."
 
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{{opinion|Iranian nuclear crisis|United States should negotiate with Iran|for}}
 
{{opinion|Iranian nuclear crisis|United States should negotiate with Iran|for}}

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Author(s) Mark Brzezinski
Source The Boston Globe
Date February 6, 2007
URL http://www.boston.com/news/globe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2007/02/06/getting_to_yes_on_iran/
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Quotes-start.png "For the last three decades, convoluted historical grievances, emotional barriers, and frequent and mutual misunderstandings have obstructed a rational relationship between two states that often share many interests in common. In one of the paradoxes of the Middle East, the theocratic states' position today is closer to the bipartisan Baker-Hamilton report then is the Bush administration." 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.