As much as a lot of the European street is frustrated and more so by the Americans (though they all love the Grand Canyon)they both have important commonalities. On the situation of strictly Iraq they generally had different ideas,but the situation itself was more limited in scope.Iran has a much more universal impact in the sense that their is a philosophy emanating out of Teheran is potent to the muslims and it has often supported small fundamentalist groups.Also the timing is different in the sense that American people wont easily back their government on an attack without going through all the possible diplomatic channels and that means Europe.Europe for its part can gain from more influence itself and also protect itself from the fundamentalism that will surely hit them soon anyway. Look for this good cop/bad cop scenerio with the US holding the edge.
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