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There is a growing feeling that the crisis in the Gulf can only be solved by a diplomatic grand bargain between America and Iran, much like Nixon's normalization of U.S. relations with China.
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A representative of the Institute for Science and International Security responds to one of our posts.
As time goes by and pressure placed on Iran by the international community grows, China has grown increasingly critical of Tehran.
Despite indications that direct military involvement in Syria would be unwise, strong supporters of Israel like John McCain have called for the U.S military to bomb the country, in addition to Iran.
Les chats diplomatique.
The Qadhafi family's money is being confiscated by the new Libyan government and frozen by other states.
Iraq is showing leading neoconservatives the limits of America's influence in a country it laid to waste.
Despite a pause on most security cooperation with Bahrain, the United States is still supplying it with boats.
Shilling for the Mujahedeen Khalq is apparently seen by Washington insiders as a lucrative and low-risk way to enact regime change in Iran.