The U.S. exempts Japan and 10 other countries from financial sanctions because this "initial...


The U.S. exempts Japan and 10 other countries from financial sanctions because this "initial group" of countries has "significantly reduced" its Iranian oil purchases ahead of a June 28 deadline. Not included were China, South Korea and India, all heavy buyers of Iranian oil.
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  • The Mighty Wart
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    Good luck sanctioning these countries!!
    21 Mar 2012, 05:49 AM Reply Like
  • MMMPARSLEY1
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    Why do we think we should have any authority over these countries?
    21 Mar 2012, 05:54 AM Reply Like
  • User 353732
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    If its inconvenient to fight terrorists and tyrants, lets not do it: After all little things like liberty and freedom from fear can hardly be allowed to impede the West's addiction to instant gratification of the senses and the wallowing in hypocrisy and self pity .

     

    The enemies of freedom win not when they are strong but when the putative democracies are weak, self indulgent and cowardly. The past 100 years have shown this repeatedly but the lessons painfully learnt by one generation are swiftly forgotten by the next.
    21 Mar 2012, 06:03 AM Reply Like
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