Netanyahu’s language – and hard logic – won’t allow a dangerous fudge. The prospect is the right deal, or air strikes.
Posts Tagged: Iran
Paris is right to insist that an interim deal not allow Iran to fuel its heavy water reactor at Arak.
“Small gaps” remain, says the Foreign Secretary, but they can be closed
Like the Republicans, whose didn’t find themselves on the brink of defeat either, Iran hasn’t been ‘driven to the negotiating table.’ She has options.
The recent successes of centre-right parties in Norway, Australia and Germany show this is our chance to make this the era of liberation conservatism; that is a Conservative agenda that sets people free.
Of course, it is right to be cautious. But Iran is too an important a country to be ignored or locked in a cupboard.
The Syrian conflict is full of complicating factors, but oil isn’t one of them. Syria accounts for less than half… Read more »
JP Floru is a Westminster Councillor, Senior Research Fellow of the Adam Smith Institute and writer of Heavens on Earth… Read more »