1993: Dr. Gary Sick addresses Iranian nuclear issue at major AIC conference

1993: Dr. Gary Sick addresses Iranian nuclear issue at major AIC conference

Dr. Gary Sick, who served in the US National Security Council under Presidents Carter and Ford, addressed US-Iran relations and the nascent nuclear issue at 1993 at a major AIC conference. 

"I take the apparent Iranian buildup and attempt to build a nuclear capability very seriously," Sick said. "From all the evidence that I've seen, it looks as if Iran is making a major play in that direction. However, I believe it is in quite the early stages, and that means that there is room for maneuver on both sides, if there is any goodwill and there is something to talk about."

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2002- Senator Joe Biden Argues for better US-Iran relations at AIC Conference

2002- Senator Joe Biden Argues for better US-Iran relations at AIC Conference

Well before he became Barack Obama's Vice President, Delaware Senator Joe Biden addressed the need for improved US-Iran relations at a major American Iranian Council conference. To understand the VP's opinion on American foreign policy toward Iran, it is perhaps best to consider his previous statements.

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