The authors should be ashamed of making so many misleading statements. The CIA report is actually very similar to the 2007 NIE report, the IAEA report expresses "concern" but does not accuse Iran directly of developing nuclear weapons, and most of all, there is not the slightest evidence that further sanctions would cause Iran to give up Uranium enirchment. Iran regards this is its NPT right and, having suffered a painful colonial experience, is not about to be pushed around by colonial powers. We in America were fooled once before by hyped reports on WMD and AlQaeda associations of Iraq, and I sure hope we don't buy this snake oil again. Its time to develop realistic non-military policies towards preventing a possible Iranian nuclear weapon, such as trading limited or internationally supervised Uranium enrichment for intrusive inspections, which arms control experts think would give Israela nd the US the most security.
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