Originally Posted by cosmo20002
So what you're saying is that appeasing Iran's leaders, which would probably mean less nasty comments like this, would be an indication of foreign policy that IS working well?
The whole notion that foreign policy success should be measured by what the leaders of generally-unfriendly countries say is kind of ridiculous.
It seems odd that you don't think a foreign policy should be measured by it's results, including the actions and statements of the leaders of generally unfriendly countries.
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