Camillo di Christian RoccaPiù la comproprietà di Sasha e Mahlia

La più fuori di testa delle pagine op-ed d’America, quella del New York Times, ha pubblicato un incredibile articolo di Flynt Leverett e Hillary Mann Leverett (Dio li fa e poi li accoppia) che critica Obama sull’Iran e gli propone di seguire questa linea (è tutto vero):
"To fix our Iran policy, the president would have to commit not to use force to change the borders or the form of government of the Islamic Republic. He would also have to accept that Iran will continue enriching uranium, and that the only realistic potential resolution to the nuclear issue would leave Iran in effect like Japan — a nation with an increasingly sophisticated nuclear fuel-cycle program that is carefully safeguarded to manage proliferation risks. Additionally, the president would have to accept that Iran’s relationships with Hamas and Hezbollah will continue, and be willing to work with Tehran to integrate these groups into lasting settlements of the Middle East’s core political conflicts".

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