May 27, 2010
The term “strategic patience” refers to the Barack Hussein Obama administration efforts to shape the behavior of North Korea, one of the most tyrannical nuclear weapons-capable state in the world. The problem with this approach is, that it is too reactionary. It is impossible to shape North Korean behavior if we just keep reacting to it. What should be the next steps?
Obama administration officials have dubbed their policy toward North Korea “strategic patience” — a resolve that Pyongyang has to make the first move to reengage and that it won’t be granted any concessions.
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May 27, 2010
Iranian president Ahmadinejad boldy claims that U.S. president Barack Hussein Obama should accept the deal that Brazil and Turkey brokered with Iran regarding its low enriched Uranium stockpiles. The Administration is trying to pass fourth round of sanctions on Iran. These sanctions are very weak and will not stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons. The country is already in violation of nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, today urged Barack Obama to accept an offer to export the country’s uranium to Turkey as a “last opportunity” to resolve the crisis with Tehran. He also warned Russia not to support new UN sanctions, triggering a furious rebuke from Moscow. Read the rest of this entry »