Commentary Week in Review: Facing Down Iran

Editor’s note: This is the latest installment of the World Politics Review Commentary Week in Review, in which we look back at the week’s opinion pages. The column will be posted every Saturday by noon. We bet on the obvious last week by predicting Iran would dominate this week’s international commentary and indeed, by week’s end, we’d taken our gambler’s share. The U.N.’s Aug. 31 deadline for Iran to stop uranium-enrichment or face sanctions unleashed a flood of ink onto the world’s English-language opinion pages. One of the more lucid assessments was made by Claudia Rosett, who observed in the […]

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