IRAN: A U.S. Policy at Last?

The U.S. may be ready at last to do something about Iran. For 19 months the U.S. State Department stood by and watched the Iran mess get messier. It sweated out three separate negotiating missions, three offers for a settlement by the British and one by the International Bank, two sessions of the World Court at The Hague, one of the U.N. Security Council, three Iranian cabinets and uncounted buckets of tears from Premier Mohammed Mossadegh. Nothing worked. The U.S. intervened just enough to get stuck with a large measure of the blame for the mess, but not enough to...

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