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Time to Attack Iran

  title={Time to Attack Iran},
  author={Matthew Kroenig},
  journal={Foreign Affairs},
  • M. Kroenig
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • Foreign Affairs
In early October, U.S. officials accused Iranian operatives of planning to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States on American soil. Iran denied the charges, but the episode has already managed to increase tensions between Washington and Tehran. Although the Obama administration has not publicly threatened to retaliate with military force, the allegations have underscored the real and growing risk that the two sides could go to war sometime soon--particularly over Iran's… 
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