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Geoffrey Forden and John Thomson

An ultra-intrusive approach to Iran

By Geoffrey Forden and John Thomson
December 10, 2006

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IRAQ HAS descended into hell. The Iraq Study Group has proposed enlisting Iraq's neighbors in a last-ditch effort to restore stability. But while Americans are expecting miracles from the study group , there is an obvious dilemma: How can Iran be a partner in Iraq at the same time it is a nuclear pariah? Fortunately, there is a solution that ... (Full article: 667 words)

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