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The Real Nuclear Outlaws | Counterpunch

While United States and Israeli leaders, duly assisted by a warmongering media, ramp up war talk against Iran, two troublesome pieces of information are ritually ignored. First, even American intelligence reports conclude that Iran is not close to building a nuclear-weapons program. Second, it is the U.S. and Israel – not Iran – that stand in flagrant violation of the ...

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What Are Iran’s Intentions? | Noam Chomsky via In These Times

The January/February issue of Foreign Affairs featured the article “Time to Attack Iran: Why a Strike Is the Least Bad Option,” by Matthew Kroenig, along with commentary about other ways to contain the Iranian threat. The media resound with warnings about a likely Israeli attack on Iran while the U.S. hesitates, keeping open the option of aggression—thus again routinely violating ...

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Iran: bolting the stable door | The Guardian

It really is time to drop the pretence that Iran can be deflected from its nuclear path How often before have we been at this weary crossroads? First comes a flurry of leaks about Iran’s nuclear programme, always tending to suggest, without being able to absolutely prove, that Tehran is working to acquire nuclear weapons capacity. Then come the warnings ...

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