Contemplating the Ifs

Lang, W. Patrick; Johnson, Larry C.
March 2006
National Interest;Spring2006, Issue 83, p26
The article comments on the issue of Iran's purported nuclear bomb development and its nonstop operational support to Al-Qaeda and a congeries of other Islamic terrorist groups. It also questions the U.S. government's policy regarding Iraq as warnings about an Iranian nuclear threat are becoming more frequent and dire. It asserts that the U.S. needs a viable policy in handling the case of Iran.


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