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President Obama's Commitment to Real Diplomacy with Iran

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Uploaded on May 20, 2010

During the presidential campaign, Barack Obama repeatedly stated that, if elected president, he would pursue real, direct, and sustained diplomacy, without preconditions, with Iran. Indeed, he said it so many times you'd think he wouldn't need reminding.

While the President has made some positive steps in the direction of diplomacy, the administration's apparent dismissal of Iran's recent agreement to send 2,640 pounds of its low-enriched uranium to Turkey within a month is troubling. It is our responsibility to continue to remind the President of his commitments and to urge the administration to pursue real, direct and sustained diplomacy. That means considering the confidence-building measure brokered by Turkey and Brazil.

Please spread this video around and sign our petition to the President, "Don't be Afraid to Negotiate", at:
www.justforeignpolicy.org/act/iran

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