Obama's Three-Part Case on Iran: The Case for Meddling

by Benjamin Domenech on 8:37 am June 21, 2009

Senor and Whiton: “As for the notion that American silence is unhelpful to reformers, this simply contradicts historical experience. Successful movements to alter authoritarian and totalitarian regimes almost always depend on internal dissent backed by strong international support. Those key factors are often required to get a regime’s enablers to lose confidence and eventually succumb.”

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