January 17, 2014

8 Ways You're Wrong About Iran's Nukes

Yousaf Butt, The National Interest

The Associated Press

Oft repeated but false assertions about Iran's nuclear program—and the recent deal to tamp it down—may end up being more dangerous than the program itself. These wrong statements reinforce each other, get amplified in the media, and are fueling a march to military action.

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