With all due respect, this think tank tries to promote peaceful resolutions so its research conclusions may be infuenced by their agenda which is peace. Peace is good. The ultimate question is would a pre-emptive military strike change the geopolitics and questions of security in a positive(for the West and Israel) way looking forward a few years? I tend to agree, Iran would probably develop the A-bomb anyway and redesign their military. Iran is divided however, and I think our only real hope is a change in governance away from Islamic fanatic fundamentalism that today promotes Jihad.
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from the article: Israel attack wouldn't stop Iran nuclear program, says U.K. study