Time to Talk

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Author(s) Leslie H. Gelb
Source The Wall Street Journal
Date 7/28/2006
URL http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110008711
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Quotes-start.png "Mr. Bush needs to use the present crisis to justify new and wide-ranging talks with Syria and Iran, and, if necessary, indirectly with Hamas and Hezbollah. These rank at the top of the world's nastiest and most untrustworthy negotiating partners, but they also happen to be the ones causing most of the trouble--and are, therefore, the ones we have to deal with." Quotes-end.png


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