Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Does a military option exist for Iran?"The flare up in American rhetoric comes at a sensitive time, as the EU is scheduled to recommence negotiations with Iran on its nuclear program. It also comes at a time when neo-conservative elements in Washington seemed to have conclusively dropped the military option. The Committee on the Present Danger, an advocacy group described as an umbrella organization for neo-conservative thinkers, recently published a report that called for regime change in Iran through non-military means and even advocated dialogue with Tehran, which previously had been considered a taboo in neo-conservative circles. "
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