Should the U.S. Sit Down With Its Enemies?
Ever since British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's disastrous decision to appease Adolf Hitler in the build-up to World War II, every U.S. president has been forced to consider when they should sit down and negotiate with their enemies. With the threat of a nuclear armed Iran looming, when should the U.S. pass the chalice of diplomacy and break bread with our enemies? Is there ever a right time?