Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Year of Decision: U.S. Policy toward Iran in 2013 - YouTube


 All signs point to 2013 being a year of decision on Iran. In particular, the Obama administration must crystallize its diplomatic and military options for confronting the challenge, which includes making the president's "prevention" threat credible in the absence of clear redlines and addressing concerns that a pivot to Asia could leave America militarily exposed in a confrontation.

To help U.S. policymakers prepare for the weighty choices that will emerge in the coming weeks and months, The Washington Institute released a new report, "Moving to Decision: U.S. Policy toward Iran," assessing the diplomatic, military, and broader strategic response to Tehran's nuclear activities.

To mark the publication of this study, the Institute invited Ambassador Thomas Pickering and the report's author, Ambassador James F. Jeffrey, to address a Policy Forum luncheon in Washington, DC, on February 7, 2013..........

LINK: Year of Decision: U.S. Policy toward Iran in 2013 - YouTube

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