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November 30, 2013 3:34 PM

Pro: Interim deal struck with Iran shows promise

The interim deal struck with Iran by the “5 plus 1” powers shows promise for achieving the end that Iran will not wind up with a nuclear program. Whether it is the deal that will be responsible for that end depends, of course, on whether Iran was building nuclear weapons at all. If Iran does not develop nuclear weapons, we may never know whether it was the deal that brought that about.

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