Iran: A Grand Bargain with Christopher A. PrebleOne of the most thorny political issues the U.S. faces in the world today is how to prevent Iran from developing nuclear arms. To the U.S. administration, negotiations and concessions to Iran appear to be unacceptable. And fear that the United States is committed to regime change in Tehran apparently spurs Iran's leaders to move forward with a covert nuclear program to deter such actions. The Cato Institute's Ted Galen Carpenter and Christopher Preble believe that the US must offer Iran a "grand bargain" that provides it with security, diplomatic recognition, and fully normalized economic relations. In return, Iran would be required to immediately open its existing nuclear program to unfettered international inspections. - World Affairs Council of Northern Californiamoreless
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