Two tales suggest strategy in Iraq

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Author(s) Trudy Rubin
Source The Philadelphia Inquirer
Date December 24, 2006
Quotes-start.png "Part of the resistance to negotiations with Iran may stem from distaste at dealing with the inflammatory Ahmadinejad. But these elections remind us that Ahmadinejad is not the key political figure in Tehran, despite his international bluster. Iran's system gives paramount power to its supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, who controls foreign policy and the nuclear issue." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United States should negotiate with Iran on the topic Post-invasion Iraq.