Take for example..Muhammad elBaradei's recent remarks on..(military action against Iran). Speaking to Le Monde on Monday (22 Oct), elBaradei asserted that it will take Iran between 3 to 8 years to acquire a nuclear arsenal. Consequently, he argued, there is no reason to consider conducting a military strike against Teheran's program. There is still plenty of time for diplomacy, or sanctions or even incentives for the ayatollahs, he said. ElBaradei's statement is only interesting when it is compared to a statement he made in December 2005 to the Independent. Back then Baradei's view was that Iran was just "a few months" away from producing atomic bombs. But then too he saw no reason to attack. As he put it when he warned that Iran was on the precipice of nuclear weapons, using force would just "open Pandora's box." "There would be efforts to isolate Iran; Iran would retaliate, and at the end of the day, you have to go back to negotiation table to find the solution," he warned.
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from the article: IAEA chief: World must avoid confrontational rhetoric on Iran
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