Negotiating hostage crises with the new terrorists

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Gonzalez (founder,, "an open-source foreign policy think tank") calls for a new approach for US foreign policy towards Iran grounded in a more sophisticated understanding of Iran's "trajectory of independence," a trajectory that may have led to violent resistance to foreign intervention but also has brought Iran closer to homegrown democracy than any country in the neighboring Arab world. He argues that this trajectory of independence has been developing for roughly the past one and a half centuries and that it is set to place Iran's increasingly educated and pro-American youth at the forefront of Iranian politics. He sets this argument next to an analysis of the legacies of recent Presidents Ahmadinejad, Khatami, and Rafsanjani and concludes his discussion with a proposal for engaging Iran and enlisting it as an American ally in the Middle East. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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