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October 13th, 2011
03:59 AM ET

Talk Back: What should the U.S. do about Iran?

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From CNN's Carol Costello:

An alleged Iranian agent has been charged in an assassination plot on U.S. soil. This is just the latest twist in a difficult and contentious relaionship...or non-realtionship between Iran and the U.S.

The U.S. hasn't "talked" to Iran officially since the 1979 hostage crisis. Since then, Iran's been part of the "Axis of evil", a nuclear wanna-be.

In 2009, Newly elected President Obama was pitching an "engagement" with Iran. But that was before Tehran's brutal crackdown on election protesters, the imprisonment of three American hikers, and the Iranian President's America bashing speeches. So an engagement anytime soon? Doubtful.

It's debatable whether sanctions on Iran, North Korea, or Iraq really changes their behavior, so could this go beyond sanctions?

Talk Back: What should the U.S. do about Iran?

Let us know what you think. Your responses could be read on our program.


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