The Secretary of State gave Tehran a full U.S. foreign policy shopping list. But as a diktat, not an invitation to negotiate, it will only provoke Tehran to amp up its threats to American allies and U.S. objectives in the Mideast
Daniel Amir is a graduate of the University of Oxford in Oriental Studies and a student at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
He has worked in foreign policy and counter-extremism in both London and Washington D.C. Twitter: @Daniel_Amir1
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