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Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb

 
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Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb
A US-based Iranian research scholar has outlined ten reasons why Iran is not seeking a nuclear bomb, saying it is time for the West to acknowledge the reality that pressures on Tehran have been ineffective.


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Re: Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb
can anyone offer intelligent feedback?..
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Re: Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb
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Re: Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb
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YES.

They only require one reason:

Power.

Additionally, Iran currently possesses no less than 11 fission weapons and 1 fusion weapon (this is not including "dirty" weapons).

This argument is worthless at best, counterproductive to the final goals at worst.
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Re: Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb
A US-based Iranian research scholar has outlined ten reasons why Iran is not seeking a nuclear bomb, saying it is time for the West to acknowledge the reality that pressures on Tehran have been ineffective.


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This is the Scholar:
Seyed Hossein Mousavian is a Research Scholar at the Program on Science and Global Security. He is a former diplomat who served as Iranís Ambassador to Germany (1990-1997), head of the Foreign Relations Committee of Iranís National Security Council (1997-2005) and as spokesman for Iran in its nuclear negotiations with the European Union (2003-5). He has taught at Islamic Azad University (Tehran), served as Vice President of Iranís official Center for Strategic Research (Tehran) and was the editor in chief of the Tehran Times. Mousavian earned a PhD in international relations from the University of Kent in the U.K. His research focuses on options for resolving the crisis over Iranís nuclear program through diplomacy and improving US-Iran relations.

Do you think he is a unbiased source?
Highly doubtful.
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YES.

They only require one reason:

Power.

Additionally, Iran currently possesses no less than 11 fission weapons and 1 fusion weapon (this is not including "dirty" weapons).

This argument is worthless at best, counterproductive to the final goals at worst.
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Re: Ten reasons IRAN does not want a nuclear bomb
A US-based Iranian research scholar has outlined ten reasons why Iran is not seeking a nuclear bomb, saying it is time for the West to acknowledge the reality that pressures on Tehran have been ineffective.


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This is the Scholar:
Seyed Hossein Mousavian is a Research Scholar at the Program on Science and Global Security. He is a former diplomat who served as Iranís Ambassador to Germany (1990-1997), head of the Foreign Relations Committee of Iranís National Security Council (1997-2005) and as spokesman for Iran in its nuclear negotiations with the European Union (2003-5). He has taught at Islamic Azad University (Tehran), served as Vice President of Iranís official Center for Strategic Research (Tehran) and was the editor in chief of the Tehran Times. Mousavian earned a PhD in international relations from the University of Kent in the U.K. His research focuses on options for resolving the crisis over Iranís nuclear program through diplomacy and improving US-Iran relations.

Do you think he is a unbiased source?
Highly doubtful.
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the 10 reasons r common sense!!lol

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