Germany’s attitude toward the Iran nuclear issue is changing, hinting at a possible new EU policy on the hot button issue.
U.S. President-elect needs quickly to reset arms control talks with Russia and get Iran back to the nuclear negotiating table.
Given the current policy direction, peace activists have been quick to point out that for the first time in half a century, U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals will not be bound to any bilaterally negotiated oversights.
China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated that they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
If one is seeking an author apart from the Koreans for this new thaw, it is more than likely to be found in Beijing than in Washington.