Other Nations Wary of Tough Talk on Iran

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President Bush meets with his National Security team in the White House Situation Room March 10, 2006. Reuters/Reuters hide caption

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President Bush meets his National Security team

President Bush meets with his National Security team in the White House Situation Room March 10, 2006.

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The rhetoric has been escalating in Washington as the U.N. Security Council considers how to push Iran to abandon a suspected nuclear weapons program. The United States wants to isolate Iran and its leaders, but other nations are far more cautious, given the Bush administration's record in Iraq.

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