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Graham Allison

Sitting down at the nuclear table with Iran

By Graham Allison
June 7, 2008

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IN A SPEECH this week, Iran's supreme leader found himself in rare agreement with President Bush. Echoing Bush's judgment that nuclear terrorism is "the single most serious threat to American national security," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned that, "sooner or later, international terrorists will get their hands on nuclear weapons and bring the security of the world . . . to ... (Full article: 717 words)

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