July 3, 2015

The Star: Breakthrough in Iran Nuclear Talks Should Be Heralded, Not Feared

In 2003, as Parsi recounts, Iran secretly proposed to give the West virtually everything it wanted — such as ending support of Hamas, reining in Hezbollah in Lebanon and co-operation with nuclear inspectors — in exchange for ironclad guarantees that the West would no longer pursue “regime change” in Iran. The Bush administration rejected the offer.

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