Rhetoric of confrontation

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Author(s) The Guardian editorial board
Source The Guardian
Date December 22, 2006
URL http://www.guardian.co.uk/leaders/story/0,,1977564,00.html
Quotes-start.png "It dropped the sensible notion of using carrots and sticks at a time when there is some evidence that pragmatists may be gaining ground against the extremists in Tehran. If the US and Britain understood in the frozen depths of the cold war that they had to talk to their Soviet enemy, surely Iran is too a serious a player in today's Middle East to be addressed solely through the rhetoric of confrontation?" Quotes-end.png

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