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How to Keep the Bomb From Iran

Author: Scott D. Sagan
September 1, 2006
Foreign Affairs

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The debate over how to deal with Iran's nuclear program is clouded by historical amnesia. Nuclear proliferation has been stopped before, and it can and should be stopped in this case as well. Unfortunately, with Tehran -- as with some of its predecessors -- the price for Washington will be relinquishing the threat of regime change by force.

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