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The strangest bedfellows

April 20, 2006

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EACH DAY'S NEWS from Iraq highlights a veiled reality: that American and Iranian interests overlap there significantly. Iran, which has influence on the main Shi'ite factions in Iraq, has declared it will take part in talks with the United States about ways to bring stability to Iraq. Yet neither Iran nor the Bush administration is eager to acknowledge publicly that ... (Full article: 442 words)

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