The Kirchner Government's Schizophrenic Relationship with Iran
12:41 PM, Jun 21, 2011 • By JAIME DAREMBLUM
Argentina’s unpredictable Iran policy highlights its broader credibility problem. In its dealings with bondholders, private companies, the United States, Israel, and others, the Kirchner government has proven dangerously erratic and completely untrustworthy. It may yet return to a hard-line position on the two Iranian-backed bombings. But the damage to Argentina’s reputation has already been done.
Jaime Daremblum, who served as Costa Rica’s ambassador to the United States from 1998 to 2004, is director of the Center for Latin American Studies at the Hudson Institute.