Saturday, March 12, 2005

Iran says no 

That didn't take long.

Iran has rejected a new US policy offering economic incentives to the Islamic state to give up its nuclear enrichment programme.

"No pressure, bribe or threat can make Iran give up its legitimate right" to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, said an Iranian spokesman.
This action is option 3 from my post below. My prediction: The EU will cling for dear life to the negotiating table in spite of its obvious futility, and the US will once again ignore their naive foreign policy advice.

I'm glad that's out of the way so quickly.
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