A commentor on my last post wrote:
"and you don't have the slightest doubt that they were not within Iranian Waters..."
Let me agree with the commenter for a second that the British sailors were in
I also strongly believe, particularly in this case, that the best way to act is not to choose to use the very last option you have. It is no secret to anybody that we are living in a very tense situation. At the moment that I am writing this, the UN Security Council is probably passing another damaging series of economic sanctions against
So dear Commenter, since we both know that every coin has two sides, what about if the British sailors were not in Iranian waters? Is right to hold them? Will
I do believe that
(BTW, ET adds that there is a pretty comprehensive roundup at Slate and at Jules Crittenden