Pursue Diplomacy with Iran

President Obama has made the following promise:

"He will lead tough diplomacy with the Iranian regime and offer Iran the choice of increased international pressure or incentives if it stops its disturbing behavior." — Obama's Blueprint for Change

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Updated: January 16, 2009

Clinton And Obama Agree

On ABC's "This Week," Obama reiterated his "new emphasis on respect and a new emphasis on being willing to talk" with the Iranians. His nominee for Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, said at her confirmation hearing that she would pursue diplomacy with Iran to prevent the country from getting nuclear weapons.

Updated: January 26, 2009

Obama Discusses Iran In Al Arabiya Interview

In his first formal interview as president — with Dubai-based Al Arabiya — Obama said, "It is important for us to be willing to talk to Iran, to express very clearly where our differences are, but where there are potential avenues for progress. And we will over the next several months be laying out our general framework and approach."

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