Page values for "A Seat at the Table"

Jump to navigation Jump to search

"_pageData" values

_creationDateJuly 24, 2008 12:16:31 AM
_modificationDateJuly 24, 2008 12:16:31 AM
_creatorYaron Koren
_fullText{{Item |author=The New York Times editorial board |source=The New York Times |date=July 18, 2008 |url=http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/18/opinion/18fri1.html |quote="Mr. Bush’s decision to send William Burns (Ms. Rice’s third in command and a well-respected former ambassador to Russia) to joi ...
_categoriesItems
_numRevisions1
_isRedirectNo
_pageNameOrRedirectA Seat at the Table

"_fileData" values

"Items" values

AuthorThe New York Times editorial board
SourceThe New York Times
DateJuly 18, 2008
URLhttp://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/18/opinion/18fri1.html
Quote"Mr. Bush’s decision to send William Burns (Ms. Rice’s third in command and a well-respected former ambassador to Russia) to join the European Union’s foreign policy chief and other top diplomats in talks with Iran makes any incentives package look more credible. It also shifts the diplomatic pressure back to Tehran. And it will make it harder for Beijing and Moscow to resist imposing a new round of sanctions if Iran remains obstinate."
Summary

A Seat at the Table by The New York Times editorial board (The New York Times, July 18, 2008) (view)

"Opinions" values

TopicIranian nuclear crisis
Position_fragmentUnited States should negotiate with Iran
PositionIranian nuclear crisis / United States should negotiate with Iran
Position_link

United States should negotiate with Iran

Stancefor