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In this Saturday, Feb. 3, 2007 file photo, an Iranian technician works at the Uranium Conversion Facility just outside the city of Isfahan 255 miles (410 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran, Iran. The sophisticated cyberweapon which targeted an Iranian nuclear plant is older than previously believed, an anti-virus firm said Tuesday Feb 26 2013, peeling back another layer of mystery on a series of attacks attributed by The New York Times to U.S. and Israeli intelligence.(AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
Iran's Supreme National Security Council Secretary and chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili gestures during a meeting on Iran's nuclear program, in Almaty, Wednesday. Seeking even a small step forward in a yearslong dispute, negotiators from Iran and six world powers mulled options for preserving Tehran's nuclear program while still trying to keep it from becoming an atomic arsenal. (AP Photo/Shamil Zhumatov, Pool)
WASHINGTON: Want a good measure of how degraded the presidential foreign policy debate has become? Over the last four years, America has largely been a bystander in the largest strategic and humanitarian disaster of our time — the collapse of sovereignty in Syria, producing 5 million refugees, causing more than 300,000 deaths and empowering some of the most vicious, totalitarian nut jobs in the world.