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Thinking the Unthinkable on Iran | The Nation

By Jonathan Schell, a member of the Promoting Enduring Peace advisory committee:

The question of what to do about Iran’s nuclear program is a policy riddle of the first order for the United States and the world. It also signals a turning point in the nuclear story, requiring fresh thinking about the recent evolution of nuclear danger, about the strategies appropriate for dealing with it and even about the very origin and nature of the entire dilemma posed by nuclear weapons.

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