WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With just six months left in office, the Bush administration has done an about-face in joining talks with Tehran over its nuclear program, a move analysts say is driven partly by a desire to avoid war with Iran.
For years, the Bush administration said it would join nuclear talks with Iran only if it gave up uranium enrichment, but with President George W. Bush's term ending in January and tensions rising with Tehran, Washington feels it cannot afford to be excluded.
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Here's Goerge not too long ago addressing the issue to Isreal's parliament.
Now it's time to sit back and watch the conservative media spin until they're dizzy.