December 25, 2012

The Price of War with Iran

Kemp & Gay, Project Syndicate

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One of the greatest challenges that U.S. President Barack Obama will face in his second term is Iran's pursuit of advanced nuclear technologies. While a nuclear Iran would damage America's strategic position in the Middle East, action aimed at forestalling Iran's nuclear progress also carries serious strategic and economic consequences.

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