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March 12, 2015 6:16 am

Analysis: Iran Nuclear Threat Creates ‘Biggest Foreign Policy Split in Generation’

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US Secretary of State John Kerry (in center, left side) prepares to sit down with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (in center, right side) in Vienna, Austria. Talks regarding Iran's nuclear program have divided Republicans and Democats. Photo: State Department.

Bloomberg – American politics once stopped at the water’s edge. Now, it doesn’t even slow down.

By trying to deter Iran’s leaders from cutting a nuclear deal with the US and Europe, 47 Republican senators this week caused the most serious rupture in the tradition of bipartisan foreign policy in at least a generation.

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