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Israel’s Post-Sharon Policy Prospects: Part 2 — Iran

SUMMARY

Given the developments in Iran’s nuclear program in spring 2004, “rumors abound in international political circles” that Israel will attempt to destroy Iranian nuclear facilities unilaterally, as it did with an Iraqi reactor in 1981. A SIGINT national intelligence officer deems this possibility unlikely, because of the risks from Iran’s strengthened defense capabilities and the political implications of such an action.

DOCUMENT’S DATE

Apr 24, 2006

PUBLICLY AVAILABLE

Aug 15, 2018

TAGS

Iran, Israel