A cautious U.S. role in Iran
President Barack Obama's initial response to the demonstrations in the streets of Tehran apparently was too slow and too weak for his critics. But the criticism is coming mostly from the president's political opponents, who see an opening to undermine his approach to foreign policy. Most Americans, however, don't regard political expediency as a legitimate substitute for thoughtful foreign policy.
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