Iran’s Nuclear Program: The Costs and Benefits of America’s Policy Options
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As Iran continues to develop its nuclear program, America is confronted with a difficult set of policy options. Ted Galen Carpenter will outline those options, which include urging the UN Security Council to impose stronger sanctions, attempting to undermine the clerical regime, and seeking a diplomatic “grand bargain.” Which policy holds the best prospect of advancing American interests? Then, Justin Logan will assess the options available in the event that any proactive policy should fail: either preventive war or deterrence. Which of those undesirable policies would yield the “least bad” result for the United States?