Source: Antiwar Radio
David Bromwich, Sterling professor of English at
Yale University and blogger at the Huffington Post, discusses the op-ed in the
New York Times by Benny Morris advocating an American/Israeli attack on Iran,
numerous reasons not to attack Iran, the difference between pre-emptive and
preventive wars, the constant warmongering of the New York Times, the War Party
and the media's ignoring of the opinions of the American and the Iraqi citizenry
and the usefulness of impeachment.
David Bromwich teaches literature at Yale. He has written on politics and culture for The New Republic, The Nation, The New York Review of Books, and other magazines. He is editor of Edmund Burke's selected writings On Empire, Liberty, And Reform and co-editor of the Yale University Press edition of On Liberty.
Will Deal With Iran Be Worked Out? - Gary Sick, a longtime expert on Iran who served as the Iran officer in the National Security Councils of the Ford, Carter, and Reagan administrations, says there is pressure on both the Iranian and U.S. governments to accept a compromise to move negotiations forward on eventually halting Iran's uranium-enrichment program. -CFR 7/24/08
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