Assessing Iran's Nuclear Goals While tensions between Iran and the United States have risen to unprecedented levels, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad faces more criticism internally than at any time since he took office more than two years ago. Mike Shuster looks at the ongoing controversy and diplomacy surrounding Iran's nuclear program.
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Assessing Iran's Nuclear Goals

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Assessing Iran's Nuclear Goals

Assessing Iran's Nuclear Goals

Assessing Iran's Nuclear Goals

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Over the past year, tensions between Iran and the United States have risen to unprecedented levels. At the same time, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad faces more criticism internally than at any time since he took office more than two years ago.

Mike Shuster takes a year-end look at the ongoing controversy and diplomacy surrounding Iran's nuclear program.