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Published July 06, 2010 | Associated Press
BEIJING (AP) — China said Tuesday that the United States and other countries should not expand on the latest U.N. sanctions imposed on Iran over its nuclear program.
China did not exercise its veto power last month when the U.N. Security Council approved sanctions that target Iran's Revolutionary Guard, ballistic missiles and nuclear-related investments.
The United States followed that up when President Barack Obama signed a bill Thursday that imposed tough unilateral sanctions against exports of gasoline and other refined petroleum produc
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by UmbraSumus
Of course. They all do it. That's the way alliances are formed and reformed...to the point that their needs are met and agendas are fulfilled. There comes a point though where all bets are off or the rules change and the game changes. Watching the maneuverings and for indications and speculating on what makes is fascinating.
[edit on 6-7-2010 by ~Lucidity]