Bush officials finalize still-controversial plans for a U.S. office in Iran.

Finalizing a Plan for a U.S. Office in Tehran | Newsweek Voices – Terror Watch | Newsweek.com

With barely two months left in office, the Bush administration is moving toward restoring partial diplomatic relations with Iran—a country President Bush once denounced as a part of the “Axis of Evil.”

This is an awesome idea that deepens my appreciation for the “contact without preconditions” idea that Obama supported during his election, and apparently the Bush team is now on board with.

1 thought on “Bush officials finalize still-controversial plans for a U.S. office in Iran.

  1. …Obama’s team has not been consulted on the Tehran plan, said one administration official. Not only is the current administration under no legal obligation to consult with its successors, but the incoming administration might find it advantageous for outgoing policymakers to take responsibility for potentially controversial foreign-policy moves like this…

    I agree, it’s a good idea, but this quote concerns me.

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