IIPM Admission

Monday, November 13, 2006

By using smart diplomatic moves, Bush can undermine the Iranian regime

Like North Korea, the Iranian government will not shy from a showdown over its nuclear program. Why should it? A nuclear weapon is the ultimate guarantee that the United States can never do to Iran what it did to Iraq. Moreover, this struggle with the US rallies much-needed domestic support.

What, then, can the US do? As the world’s fourth largest oil exporter, Iran has profited mightily from tripling of global oil prices over the last four years. It’s economic stability is dependent on oil revenues, so it is here that Iran’s rulers are vulnerable. American diplomats are never going to persuade the UN Security Council to impose sanctions on Iran’s energy exports. But the Bush administration can seek ways to contain global energy prices – and it should begin by refusing to be baited into escalating tensions whenever Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pleases.

For Complete IIPM Article, Click on IIPM Article

Source :
IIPM Editorial, 2006

An IIPM and Management Guru Professor Arindam Chaudhuri's Initiative

For More IIPM Article, Visit Below....
Why IIPM’s Course is superior to other MBA/BBA Programme
The Diwali range (of Barista) will be targeted at the upmarket or ...
Governments and policy makers have to act immediately, otherwise ...
More M&As expected in Indian IT, especially for mid-sized firms
Boisterous Breguet!
It’sa far better ‘car’ drive together
To the Highlands of Heaven!
Service with a SMILE!
Mr. 5-screen Wonder
GE Money takeovers Thai bank

No comments: