Mar 19, 2015
To help round out our perspective on these things, it’s good to consider what other nations are seeing as they grapple with the complex issues of the day
French leaders think the U.S. president is dangerously naïve on Iran’s ambitions, and that his notion of making Iran an “objective ally” in the war against ISIS, or even a partner, together with Putin’s Russia, to find a political solution to the Syrian crisis, is both far-fetched and “amateurish.”
When Claude Angéli says that both France’s Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, and its President, François Hollande, have told friends that they rely on “the support of the US Congress” to prevent Obama from giving in to Iran’s nuclear ambitions, it is the kind of quote you can take to the bank.
WWW.GATESTONEINSTITUTE.ORG|BY ANNE-ELISABETH MOUTET