The Dangerous Wishful Thinking of Regime Changers

Takeyh naturally doesn’t consider the downsides of encouraging political instability in a nuclear-armed state.

Ray Takeyh outdoes himself with a bizarre article in Foreign Affairs this week:

After years of high tensions and fitful diplomacy, it should now be clear to all that there will be no negotiated solution to the Iranian nuclear issue. And although U.S. presidents and Israeli prime ministers have routinely insisted that all options remain on the table, it i…

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