October 30, 2012

Romney's New Thinking on Iranian Nukes

Jeffrey Goldberg, Bloomberg

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Obama, the putative appeaser, is more likely than Romney to use military force against the regime’s nuclear sites. As a liberal Democrat, he will face less opposition, and find more international acquiescence, for such an attack, and a study of his record on the subject of non-proliferation shows him to be preoccupied by the threat posed by Iran.

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