The Road to Tehran Does Not Run Through Moscow | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The Road to Tehran Does Not Run Through Moscow

It is unlikely the US will be able to convince Russia to take any meaningful steps against Iran (Washington has already all but conceded its strongest bargaining chip, the planned anti-ballistic missile system in eastern Europe that Moscow opposes).

At this point, continuing to seek agreement with Moscow merely drags out the process while the Iranian program moves forward. The US should stop emphasizing the need for Russian cooperation, focus on developing a common front with key allies in Europe and the Middle East, and continue offering to negotiate directly with Tehran. Though Russian help might be useful in the abstract, Washington will have to find ways to solve the Iranian nuclear problem on its own.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently, the author of this op-ed didn't "get the memo", which is why his jingoism is all the more chilling. It is also clear that he has no immediate family in the US military.

As reported on 18 July 2009 in:

A chilling report circulating in the Kremlin today states that President Medvedev and Chinese President Hu have issued an “urgent warning” to the United States that says if the Americans allow an Israeli nuclear attack upon Iran, “World War will be our response”.

War with Russia, anyone?!?!?