Friday, December 07, 2007

U.S intelligence agencies won't be the fall guy again

By Melvin A. Goodman
 Published  in the Baltimore Sun
U.S intelligence agencies have concluded in a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in fall 2003 and that Tehran is now "less determined to develop nuclear weapons." The new findings will make it more difficult for the Bush administration to gain domestic and international support for the use of military force against Iran. The findings also will complicate efforts to arrange a third round of U.N. sanctions against Iran and could open the door to a policy of diplomatic engagement.
The complete article can be viewed at the Baltimore Sun.

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