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Preemptive Force in Iran
A discussion about whether preemptive force should be used in Iran.
# 49165 | 1,135 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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Should we use preemptive force in Iran or not? This paper compares the use of preemptive force with the present situation of suspected nuclear proliferation in Iran and that of the suspected proliferation of Iraq.

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"Iran's nuclear program began during the era of the Shah, and blossomed into a plan that included the building of 20 nuclear reactors. During the Iran-Iraq conflict, two of these unfinished reactors were bombed in Bushehr, while through the 1979 revolution, the Iranian nuclear program has gone through stops and starts, its current guidelines seem to include the building of 15 power reactors and 2 research facilities. Since 1992, Iran has compiled with IAEA and allowed routine inspections of its facilities and progress."

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