Iranians Largely in Favor of Nuclear Program Iranians generally want their country to maintain a robust nuclear program. Many see nuclear power as a deterrent to foreign aggression. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Ray Takeyh, senior fellow of Middle Eastern studies for the Council on Foreign Relations.
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Iranians Largely in Favor of Nuclear Program

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Iranians Largely in Favor of Nuclear Program

Iranians Largely in Favor of Nuclear Program

Iranians Largely in Favor of Nuclear Program

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Iranians generally want their country to maintain a robust nuclear program. Many see nuclear power as a deterrent to foreign aggression. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Ray Takeyh, senior fellow of Middle Eastern studies for the Council on Foreign Relations.