Diplomacy, Sanctions And A Nearing Red Line With Iran

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David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent, New York Times
Jessica Mathews, president, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Matthew Kroenig, professor of government, Georgetown University

Sanctions have hurt the Iranian economy, but have so far failed to convince Tehran to abandon nuclear ambitions. A report from the Iran Project argues that it's time to re-examine the balance of sanctions and diplomacy. Others argue it's time to consider military options.

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