Bomb or Surrender: Not America’s Only Options Regarding Iran — Baker Spring, James Phillips

The Obama Administration should develop a long-range strategy for protecting and defending the U.S. and its allies and establish a robust framework of augmented deterrence to mitigate the threat posed by a nuclear Iran. Strategic planning that assumes a nuclear-armed Iran, even if Iran does not have such weapons at this time, is necessary to develop policies that could help diminish Iran’s appetite for nuclear weapons. Such a strategy serves to protect and defend the United States and its allies from possible future threats as well.

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