Obama's 'Coalition of the Willing' Problem on Iran

Gvosdev, Nikolas
March 2012
WPR Subset;3/16/2012, p1
The article speculates on the strategy of U.S. President Barack Obama to address the nuclear threat from Iran. It discusses the mistake of his predecessor George W. Bush in 2003 when he declared war on Iraq and the success of the diplomacy of Bill Clinton in Kosovo. It examines the lack of support for Obama if he plans to subdue Iran by military force.


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