Sanctions on Iran are tough, but how much effect will they have?
Washington Post
05-Aug-2010 (one comment)

Yet as Mr. Obama acknowledged, Iran is still pursuing nuclear weapons, and "changing their calculations is very difficult. . . . It may be that their ideological commitment to nuclear weapons is such that they are not making a cost-benefit analysis," the president said. That, he added, is why the administration continues to say that "all options" for stopping an Iranian bomb are on the table.

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A more accurate headline would be

by Bavafa on

Sanctions on Iranians are tough, but how much affect will they have on IRI?

Well, any sane person knows, zero.

If the world powers are genuinely interested in justice, they need to boycott IRI and Israel and all other criminal regimes.