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June 12, 2007

John Edwards On Iran

"There is an extraordinary opportunity available to us on Iran, and there's a very clear path, from my perspective. They have a president who is politically unpopular. The people are in a different place. He hasn't done what he promised to do, Ahmadinejad, when he was elected president.

We don't have economic leverage over the Iranians, but the Europeans do, the European banking system does. We should put two options on the table. One, carrots; we'll make the nuclear fuel available to you, the international community, but we'll control it, you can't nuclearize - you can't weaponize it. Second, we're going to put a clear set of economic incentives on the table.

And the Iranian people need to hear this. It needs to be not behind closed doors. And then the alternative, the stick, is if they don't do that, there are going to be serious economic sanctions.

We need to drive a wedge between the Iranian people and this radical leader."

Democratic Presidential Debate, June 3, 2007


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