Iran, the Bomb, and American StrategyBook - 2013
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The international, multilateral, and unilateral sanctions are already imposing severe costs on Iran.
The real question is not whether Iran and its allies would retaliate, but how bad the retaliation would be.
... that it often takes more to reasure allies than it does to deter an adversary.
During the Cold War, this dilemma was often framed as whether the US government would be willing to 'trade Boston for Bonn.'
Between what the Bush 41 administration did and what the Bush 43 administration did not do, we have an excellent blue print for how to secure international support for a war ...
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