The perils of nuclear diplomacy

By Simon Barrow
July 25, 2008

The prospect of war over Iran's nuclear plans seemed to recede in mid-July 2008 after a marked change in United States attitudes to the country. But what is really going on?

One of those with consistent analytical insight into this complex area of geopolitical policy is Professor Paul Rogers from the University of Bradford School of Peace Studies.

Writing on openDemocracy, he syas that cautious optimism over Washington's hesitant dialogue with Tehran is counterbalanced by growing unease that Israel is intent on a military option. See:

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