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does not find it easy to let go of them and for

whom opposition, especially successful

opposition, probably only signals a need to

restate his own point of view. He was not alone

in his views of course. It is clear – indeed

altogether too clear, as we have seen above –

from Judge Brom’s revelations of the

deliberations that there had been, during the

deliberation and probably even earlier, a sharp

difference of opinion between Iran and the

United States about what may be called the

practicalities resulting, or not resulting

depending upon the point of view, from what at

first sight looks like a simple task of

interpreting a few plain words.”32

Sir Robert concluded that it was not possible to infer from one

single opinion that the United States’ suspicions of partiality were

justified; but he warned that if it was to happen again, things might be

very different.33

32

Decision at p.9.

33

Decision at p.11.

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