Chess vs. Baseball

Penza, Logan
August 2010
Moderate Voice;8/11/2010, p3
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The article focuses on the analysis of Steve Clemons on the administrations of U.S. President Barack Obama and Israel Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu towards Iran. It states that Clemons views that neither of the two political leaders would like to bring a military strike in Iran, but will just be appearing to have Iranian nuclear weapons instead. Moreover, it mentions that the analysis of Clemons is considered to represent the strategy of Obama and Netanyahu on international politics.


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