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US - Iran conflict - op/ed on implications of currency war

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#1 Thu, Apr 19, 2012 - 1:16am
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US - Iran conflict - op/ed on implications of currency war

A exerpt from the title... long reading, but well worth it.


This piece originally appeared at TomDispatch.

It’s a policy fierce enough to cause great suffering among Iranians—and possibly in the long run among Americans, too. It might, in the end, even deeply harm the global economy and yet, history tells us, it will fail on its own. Economic war led by Washington (and encouraged by Israel) will not take down the Iranian government or bring it to the bargaining table on its knees ready to surrender its nuclear program. It might, however, lead to actual armed conflict with incalculable consequences.

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