You cannot have it both ways, refuse to sign the NPT and pursue the policy of 'nuclear ambiguity' but at the same time try to create an effective campaign to prevent Iran becoming a nuclear power. Such sophistry will no longer work and is a dangerous distraction form reality. There will not be an effective sanctions program against Iran, there is no viable military option to prevent Iran going nuclear so it is time to come to terms with the real situation. A policy to discuss how to deal with a nuclear Iran is needed, anything less is both a delusion and a distraction.
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