Weapons In Iran

— Host Bob Edwards talks to defense analyst Anthony Cordesman (KOR-duss-munn) about the addition of a Chinese-made, air-launched missile to Iran's military arsenal. Kordesman says it's one of several weapons that give Iran the ability to disrupt shipping in the Persian Gulf. The military buildup appears to be aimed at intimidating Iran's neighbors.



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