May 6, 2007

NIAC quoted in Philadelphia Inquirer: Why U.S. needs to sit down with Iran

Philadelphia, PA – Yet, disputes within the administration still block serious talks. Vice President Cheney and his circle want Iran regime change, not engagement. Rice understands the need for talks, but wants to keep them narrowly focused – on issues such as Iranian arms for Iraqi militias. "They are taking very limited baby steps," said Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council. Without some broader strategy for U.S.-Iran dialogue, Parsi doesn't think such talks can go anywhere. Read full article.

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