Watching Government: Mutual respect

07/23/2001
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi and US President George W. Bush both were in New York City July 10. The two men's paths did not cross, despite wishful thinking from some Department of State optimists. Bush's 6-hr trip was strictly focused on domestic issues, with the White House's message squarely on education and health care.But Bush's uncertain foreign policy goals on the sanctions issue still captured the spotlight, thanks to a high-profile speech given by Kharrazi at Columbia University cosponsored by the foreign policy think tank Eurasia Group. It was Kharrazi's first visit to the US since moderate Iranian President Mohammad Khatami won a decisive reele...
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