February 16, 2012

Attack on Iran Easier Said Than Done

David Isenberg, Cato Institute

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Despite renewed media speculation regarding possible Israeli attacks against Iran's nuclear facilities as early as this spring, skepticism that such a campaign could actually be successfully carried out remains relatively high, raising the question of whether there is more bark than bite to Israeli threats.

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