October 7, 2011

Obama Should Test Iran's Nuke Offer

Graham Allison, Washington Post

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President Obama should take a page from Ronald Reagan’s playbook in winning the final inning of the Cold War. Obama can challenge President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to put his enriched uranium where his mouth is — by stopping all Iranian enrichment of uranium beyond the 5 percent level. . .

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