To deal with Iran's nuclear future, go back to 2008

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Washington Post

Early in the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama signaled that he was going to break with the Bush administration's Manichean foreign policy. The topic was Iran. He explained repeatedly that the Bush policy of simply pressuring Iran was not working and that he would be willing to talk to the country's leaders to find ways to reduce tensions and dangers. Two years into his presidency, Obama's Iran policy looks a lot like George W. Bush's — with some of the same problems that candidate Obama pointed out two years ago.

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