U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will seek to convince Czech leaders of the advantages of picking U.S. firm Westinghouse over a Russian rival as the contractor for a $10 billion nuclear reactor project in meetings in Prague on Monday.The Iranians have publicly declared their intention of opening at least ten nuclear power reactors in their country. Imagine for a moment the current U.S. led economic war being waged against Iran was withdrawn by a Nixon-to-China like moment, and that Westinghouse could build these sites in Iran. Then imagine the past Iranian compromise offer was accepted by the U.S. and an American nuclear fuel processing plant was installed on Iranian soil with joint U.S.-Iran management. It would be worth well over $100 billion to American business.
But instead our American leadership prioritizes the interests of a certain foreign country in the Levant over any and all American interests in the region.