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We Can Live With a Nuclear Iran March 2, 2006

Posted by tkcollier in Geopolitics, In The News.
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We Can Live With a Nuclear Iran – New York Times
Each time a new nuclear weapons state emerges, we rightly suspect that the world has grown more dangerous. The weapons are enormously destructive; humans are fallible, organizations can be incompetent and technology often fails us. But as we contemplate the actions, including war, that the United States and its allies might take to forestall a nuclear Iran, we need to coolly assess whether and how such a specter might be deterred and contained.

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