Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Chronology of Peace

Dan from New York writes:

Follow the bouncing ball from top to bottom. In diplomatic terms, this is a lesson in "realism." And the reality is a nuclear-armed Iran will not threaten the US for many years, plenty of time for more diplomacy, Peace Prizes, betrayals, appeasement, jive talk and passing the nuclear hot potato -as it gets hotter - to the next administration - as Bush did. Of course, the last thing we’d want is an outlier like Israel coming along to spoil such a tidy arrangement.

Clinton to press Russia on Iran

IrelandOnline - ‎5 hours ago‎

US secretary of state Hillary Clinton will today urge Russian leaders to impose “specific forms of pressure” against Iran if the regime fails to obey ...


Sanctions against Iran avoidable: Clinton

Xinhua - 4 hours ago

MOSCOW, Oct. 13 (Xinhua) -- Currently sanctions against Iran are not inevitable, said visiting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton here Tuesday at a press ...


Clinton, Lavrov: Sanctions on Iran not inevitable

RT - ‎4 hours ago

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton agree that positions of both countries on addressing Iran's nuclear program ...


US, Russia rule out imminent sanctions on Iran

Indian Express - 2 hours ago

Hillary Clinton is on a two-day visit to Russia, highlighting Washington's desire to reset ties with the Kremlin. The US and Russia on Tuesday ruled out ...


Clinton: "reason to hope" Boeing to win Russia bid

Reuters - Jeff Mason, Robin Paxton - ‎56 minutes ago

MOSCOW (Reuters) - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday aircraft maker Boeing could potentially win a contract from Russian ...

Gee. I feel so... comforted.

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