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Not really. Watch what the Kremlin does, not what it says.
FP's Global Thinkers weigh in on the year gone by and what's on the horizon for 2013.
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How the sanctions might hurt America's potential allies inside Iran.
The depreciation of the rial is unlikely to change Iran's foreign-policy calculations.
The Chinese purchase of a Canadian oil company is something U.S. officials should welcome, not fear.
Some say the sanctions against Tehran are working. But wasn't the Iranian economy already a basket case?