Washington urged to engage Iran

The management of United States President Barack Obama should follow a policy of "strategic engagement" with Iran that would offer Tehran better-looking incentives to curb its nuclear program, according to a study group convene by two centrist Washington think-tanks.

The group, which included more than 40 standard Iran, foreign policy and non-proliferation experts, also warned that a martial attack, what's more by the US or Israel, on Iran would prove counter-productive in virtually every admiration.

"A US choice to attack Iran, absent compelling evidence of an about to happen Iranian attack on a US ally or facility, would subvert the whole Middle East in ways that could do severe harm to US calculated

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