Iran's nuclear program is a serious issue for the international community, particularly Israel. Iran has sought greater uranium enrichment, most likely to develop nuclear arms. Many in the international community believe that Iran's nuclear ambitions must be limited. Five possible options for slowing Iran's nuclear development are sanctions, pre-emptive strikes, regime change, clandestine operations (to sabotage nuclear facilities and assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists) and to allow Iran to continue its nuclear development. These five options will be examined, and the pros and cons of the options will be analyzed
"Iran's Nuclear Program,"
Proceedings of GREAT Day: Vol. 2011
, Article 23.
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