Unformatted text preview: e's activities in Latin America are extensive and evolving. So is the threat that it poses, both to our allies in the region and to the U.S. homeland a Washington, D.C. restaurant.¶ Inresponse, legislation authored last year by enterprising freshman Rep. Jeff Duncan, RS.C., mandated that itself. Failure to contain Iranian influence causes war London ‘10 APPEASEMENT DISADVANTAGE
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fuseaction=publication_details&id=7101&pubType=HI_Opeds Iran is poised to be the hegemon in the Middle East. It is increasingly considered the “strong horse” as American forces incrementally retreat from the region. Even Iraq, ironically, may depend on Iranian ties in order to maintain internal stability. From Qatar to Afghanistan all political eyes are on Iran. For Sunni nations like...
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