The Implications of a Nuclear Iran

By Ephraim Sneh

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA), 2007

Thanks to its ideological foundations, support of Islamic terrorist groups, and development of nuclear weapons, Iran is becoming an increasingly dangerous nation. More can be done by the Western nations to prevent Iran from achieving its goals of regional and global dominance. Because of the international community's reluctance to confront the regime, the Iranian people do not expect support from the Western nations should they attempt to overthrow the government.

Topic: Policy, International Relations, War, Iran, Terrorism

Volume/Issue: vol. 6, No. 26

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Genre: Article

Coverage: Iran

Language: English

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