Lets not forget Iraq

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And the 2003 invasion which followed 12 years of sanctions wasn't deliberate interference?

A request for $85million to engage in public diplomacy/propaganda programs in Iran isn't interference in internal affairs?

Kettle, this is Pot. You're black. Over.

P.S. Not saying either is right, but even from a Realist perspective, getting sanctimonious about another sovereign state choosing to exercise influence in another country is risible.
 
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crabtastic wrote

And the 2003 invasion which followed 12 years of sanctions wasn't deliberate interference?

A request for $85million to engage in public diplomacy/propaganda programs in Iran isn't interference in internal affairs?

Kettle, this is Pot. You're black. Over.

P.S. Not saying either is right, but even from a Realist perspective, getting sanctimonious about another sovereign state choosing to exercise influence in another country is risible.
Its more important see what is happening in Iraq than just in having the same old arguments about blaming the usual suspects.



Omar
Maybe a few British soldiers did some bad things and beaten up some Iraqis but bruises don't kill, it's Iran's revolutionary guards and secret services thugs who are assassinating Iraqis and destabilizing my country, so SHUT UP MULLAHS.
I guess I highlighted the wrong part of Omar's post. What I meant to point out is a shift in Iraq's political landscape may be taking place. If you read his post the UIA may be breaking apart.

Omar
According to Radio Sawa, president Talbani just said after a meeting with Aadil AbdulMahdi that "The political map in Iraq is about to change and each party will be reevaluating its position and the coming few days will reveal the results of this reevaluation
 

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