West should push for a solution for Iran’s destabilizing role in the region

The role of the West now is to push toward a solution not only to the “one particular problem” of Iran’s nuclear program, but also to the overall problem of Iran’s destabilizing effect on the Middle East and the world, Prof. Raymond Tanter says.

“Iran has always avoided revealing the details of its nuclear program until the weight of intelligence from foreign agencies and domestic dissidents made it impossible to keep up its denials. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) revealed sites that Iran has shielded from foreign scrutiny over the past 13 years. And it took years of UN resolutions and economic sanctions before Iran would concede to negotiate on restrictions to even a fraction of these sites,” he wrote in Daily Caller.

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