The United States, Israel, and Iran: Defusing an "Existential" Threat

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					The United States, Israel, and Iran: Defusing an "Existential" Threat
Chuck Freilich
Arms Control Today; Nov 2008; 38, 9; Docst
				
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Description: In the past, Israel appears to have feared that a U.S.-Iranian dialogue would lead to appeasement and a slippery slope in which Israeli interests would be harmed.\n Removing any lingering doubts, especially if it was thought that Israel had a guaranteed second-strike capability, would presumably add some measure of clarity and thus of deterrence. [...] conditional but allout engagement, limited in time and closely combined with stringent multilateral sanctions, rapidly followed by a naval blockade, appear to hold the best prospects for success at an acceptable cost, possibly even without bloodshed.
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