December 7, 2012

A Relatively Rational Iran?

Yoel Guzansky, Haaretz

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It is insufficient to consider Iran's rationality in terms of either yes or no. Rather, we must seek insight into Iranian nuclear decision making based on its own sense of rationality. This effort could help us identify essential preparations and arrangements on our part that are not yet being considered.

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