The Iran Letters - Part III: A Survey of 'Iran Profound'

Kayaoglu, Barin
August 2008
Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/11/2008, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the issues related to Iran's nuclear program. It is stated that Iran's profound economic vulnerabilities offer the U.S. a means of influencing Tehran's decision-making on key issues, particularly its quest for nuclear weapons. Details on the impact of the nuclear program of Iran to international politics are also considered.


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