Will the Iran nuclear talks agreement between six world powers — led by the Obama administration — if eventually signed, prove to be another “Munich moment,” as stated by Victor Davis Hanson? Or, if instead the Republican-led Senate passes legislation effectively quashing the deal, will its handiwork one day result in a 21st century equivalent of the Senate’s refusal to ratify America’s membership in the post-World War I League of Nations organization?
That action clearly weakened the nascent league at its outset, thus fostering the lack of cooperation between the European Allies and the postwar German government. Was it quite possibly largely responsible for the rise of the Nazi Party itself?
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