January 23, 2013

Iran's Nuclear Gamble

Canadian International Council, Canadian International Council

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Iran has temporarily receded from the headlines, but its nuclear program hasn’t gone away. The challenge Iran poses for the international community, and the way in which it is resolved, will be one of the defining issues of this decade. The international community, led by the P5-plus-1 group (the United States, China, Russia, Britain, France, and Germany), wants a political solution to the nuclear issue, but the military option is still out there, waiting in the wings.

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TAGGED: Nuclear Weapons, Iran

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