Obama administration oblivious to Iran danger

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Author(s) Jack Kelly
Source Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Date December 6, 2013
URL http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/jack-kelly/2013/12/06/Obama-administration-oblivious-to-Iran-danger/stories/201312060192
Quotes-start.png Perhaps a nuclear armed Iran can be deterred from war, as the Soviet Union was. But for the leaders of the Soviet Union — who as good Communists were atheists — this world is all there is. Iran is run by religious fanatics who think a world war would speed up the return of the Mahdi. Those who love life are deterred more easily than those who love death. But even with the Soviets, at least three times we came perilously close to nuclear war. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United States should not have signed agreement on the topic Geneva interim agreement on Iranian nuclear program.

This item refers to the previous opinion item Worse Than Munich.