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Nukes in Iran? NPR takes a nine-part look

The prospect of an Iran armed with nuclear weapons makes even the most tender-hearted of U.S. foreign-Irannuke policy doves a little queasy. On Sunday, NPR kicks off a nine-part series called The Challenges of a Nuclear Iran that takes an exhaustive look at the problem. It covers everything from the prospects for diplomacy to the practical questions surrounding a military option as well as the implications for Israel, Saudi Arabia and other neighboring states. Here's a clip of NPR Pentagon correspondent Mary Louise Kelly discussing some of the factors that would have to be taken into account for launching a military strike on Iranian nuclear sites.


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