October 26, 2012

Time to Hit Iran's Revolutionary Guard

Benny Avni, New York Post

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Employing “limited force” to target an organization that’s attacking us would be more palatable to the American public than a wholesale war against Iran’s nuclear program, Soafer argues. A former State Department legal adviser, he says it’d also be easier to justify in global institutions like the United Nations.

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