Window of opportunity creaks open, but clock is ticking on Iran
- 06 Dec 2012
| 3 minute read
The narrative for Iran’s passage from Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi’s modernising, economically rational nuclear programme of the 1950s-70s to one capable of delivering an atomic bomb has been marked by persistent delays and a profound lack of intelligence – and understanding – of players’ intentions.
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