posted on Sep, 19 2006 @ 05:11 AM
An impromptu debate between George W. Bush and Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will not be the order of the day when both leaders will address
the UN assembly in a face off of ideologies. Not the least of which will be Iran's nuclear ambitions. President Ahmadinejad has decided to skip the
general assembly lunch menu, passing up his best shot at ambushing President Bush with an impromptu debate. Todays address by president Ahmadinejad
could prove to sway the tide of harsh sentiment towards Iran over it's nuclear program, With France already having reversed it's stand on imposing
U.S. President George W. Bush and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will face off at a distance over Middle East democracy and nuclear weapons
when both address the United Nations on Tuesday.
Bush faces growing international scepticism over his policies for Iran and Iraq, with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan warning that Iraq was in grave
danger of descending into civil war and French President Jacques Chirac arguing against a rush to impose sanctions on Iran.
U.S. officials said that, undeterred by setbacks in Iraq war and the Palestinian territories, Bush would stress his so-called "Freedom Agenda" of
aggressively promoting democracy, calling the Middle East "the central battlefield.
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For all of those wishing the debate between Bush and Ahmadinejad had taken place today's address may be the closest we will come to seeing such an
event. President Bush has made it clear that he does not want to run into Ahmadinejad at the UN general assembly.
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