November 7, 2012

Obama Facing Iran Dilemma

Tim Marshall, Sky News

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The biggest foreign policy issue facing newly re-elected President Barack Obama is the prospect of a nuclear armed Iran. Tehran says it is not seeking nuclear weapons, the Americans and others disagree. Mr Obama is on record as saying he will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons. Next year is widely predicted to be the year when Iran will cross a red line set by the Israelis, and possibly the line hinted at being the limit of American patience.

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