The U.S. and Iran: From sworn enemies to partners on Iraq?
How many more oddities is Obama presidency foreign policy exposing? What is the US foreign policy with Iran? Where is the consistency regarding Iran support of Syria war? and Iran nuclear arms?
CNN article goes as follows:
(CNN) — How can it be? The United States and Iran, sworn enemies for 35 years, are talking about working together to quell the al Qaeda-inspired insurgency sweeping northern Iraq.
Such cooperation sounds unthinkable. They are fierce adversaries on issues such as terrorism, Iran’s nuclear ambitions and Syria’s civil war.
Iranian leaders call the United States the “Great Satan,” while former President George W. Bush labeled Iran as part of an “Axis of Evil.”
It was headline news last year when their leaders spoke briefly by phone, the first contact at that level since the Islamic Revolution in 1979 drove the U.S.-backed Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi from power.
But should we be too surprised by this latest version of strange bedfellows, now known as “frenemies” in the modern vernacular? There’s even an old saying of uncertain origin to define it — the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
What’s going on? Why is US foreign policy with Iran changing?
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