Mohamed ElBaradei, the head of the UN's nuclear monitor, has turned down an EU request to issue a far-reaching condemnation of Iran's nuclear program when the IAEA board meets in extraordinary session next month, a decision that could weaken U.S.-European efforts for a speedy referral of Iran to the UN Security Council. European diplomats say they are confident of winning a majority of votes to send the Iran dossier to New York, but a thin majority could slow down the momentum for censuring Iran at the UN.
Don?t get me started on the Nobel Peace Prize?
So Mohamed ElBaradei gets the trophy. Here?s a question: When Iran actually goes nuclear as the world stands by, does ElBaradei have to give his trophy back? I mean, if he gets to play cat-and-mouse with nukes in Iran and...
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