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On Iran Nuclear Effort, 2 Questions Split U.S. and Israel -

On Iran Nuclear Effort, 2 Questions Split U.S. and Israel - " how to calibrate the resumption of negotiations with Iran while continuing to accelerate sanctions and sabotage against its nuclear program. But they remained divided on two central questions: If Iran decided to race for a nuclear weapon, would the West detect that in time to stop it? And even if it were detected, would an airstrike be the best option?
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From the administration’s top ranks down, American officials say they would almost certainly detect a sprint to manufacture a weapon. Among the signs, they say, would be any move to evict international inspectors, "

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