Iran's Nuclear Progress and U.S. Policy
by Matthew RJ Brodsky
The Inside Scoop with Mark Levine on WPWC AM1480
March 17, 2013
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Matthew RJ Brodsky was a guest on Mark Levine's radio show, "The Inside Scoop," on AM 1480 in Washington, DC where he discussed the current negotiating impasse with Iran. How close is Tehran to developing a nuclear weapon? Should we be concerned and if so, what should we do? Negotiations, sanctions, threaten an attack, carry one out? Mark Levine assembled a panel of experts to address these questions and more. The two-hour radio show included Dr. Alex Vatanka from the Middle East Institute, Jamal Abdi from the National Iranian American Council, and Joe Costa from the Truman National Security Project. In this half-hour segment featuring Brodsky, he explains that the U.S. is conducting its Iran policy "with one arm tied behind our back. There's no reason we can't have sanctions and diplomacy but at the same time have a credible threat of military force. And right now that threat is not credible."
Related Topics: Interviews, Iran, Terrorism, U.S. Foreign Policy, U.S. Military Policy, Weapons Proliferation | Matthew RJ Brodsky
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