Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Cold-Shouldering Persia

Ismael Hossein-zadeh and Karla Hansen remind us "that during the past decade or so, Iran has offered a number of times to negotiate with the US without ever getting a positive response" — Why the US doesn't talk to Iran. "The repeated refusal of Iranian offers of dialogue by successive United States administrations suggests that US foreign policy in the Middle East has been driven not by national interest but by the military-industrial complex's need for a constant, external threat to justify its huge share of the treasury."

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