Tuesday, August 16, 2005
MSNBC.COM -- I am a real fan Fareed Zakaria. He's so brilliant. He's not someone I'd ever want to have lunch with, though, because I'd feel like a real idiot. Anyhow, in his latest column, he cautions the U.S. against hollow threats against Iran. It looks like Iran is going to be a nuclear country, but to what degree, or in what capacity remains to be seen. It sounds like the U.S. will help shape that future, but will we force them into a position neither of us really wants, or will we invite them into a new era to everyone's benefit? I'm guessing the latter, which is kind of sad.
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