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7/20/12 Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi discusses the Bulgarian bus bombing as a possible escalation in the secret war between Israel and Iran; and how electoral politics influenced Obama’s diplomatic efforts with Iran, squandering the chance for a peace agreement.


Antiwar Radio: Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi, author of the Salon.com article “A campaign for war with Iran begins,” discusses Israel’s preference for Iran’s Ahmedinejad instead of a moderate president, how Israel’s “qualitative edge” over the sum total of Gulf states is slipping away, doubts about the practical utility of the U.S.-Israel special relationship and why a U.S. reconciliation with Iran would mean the end of sanctions and expanded Iranian regional influence at Israel’s expense.