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  1. Argument: War in Iraq has hugely benefited Iran in region (1,611 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Was the War in Iraq worth it?]] - con argument.
    5: ...weight to Iran paved the way for the expansion of Iranian influence in Iraq, and has enabled Tehran to b...
    7: ...o that list enhanced political influence in Iraq, Iran can be somewhat more assertive geopolitically in ...
    10: ...Wall Street Journal. August 15th, 2008]: "Indeed, Iran has emerged as the dominant regional power in the...
  2. Argument: Any sanctions effort against Iran would be scuttled by China and Russia (1,841 bytes)
    2: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    6: ...ntire world.' There is simply no possibility that Iran's clerical rulers will trade this ecstatic vision...
    8: ...an is being accused of threatening, neither views Iran as as big a strategic threat to its own interests...
  3. Argument: Risks of a nuclear Iran will raise oil prices (1,522 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
    3: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    7: ...ion that has fortified its shores near Hormuz, an Iranian threat to disrupt commerce there would have to...
    9: ==Counter-argument==
  4. Argument: A nuclear Iran will spark an international arms race (6,210 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
    3: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    6: ...ovember 24th, 2004] - the greatest risk is how an Iran declaring itself a nuclear power would almost cer...
    8: ...cation Center in Washington. "The real problem of Iran is how it sets an example for others to follow in...
    10: ...ia, Saudi Arabia - which would feel threatened by Iran's new status - would also feel pressed to ratchet...
  5. Argument: Iran's testing of high-altitude missiles demonstrates an "imminent" nuclear threat (466 bytes)
    4: ...are facing a clever and unscrupulous adversary in Iran that could bring America to its knees."
    6: ==Counter-argument==
  6. Argument: Iran's continuous violations of IAEA/NPT demonstrate nefarious intentions (2,736 bytes)
    4: ...ient=firefox-a "According to a 2004 IAEA report], Iran failed to declare the following major activities:
    5: ...d its subsequent transfer for further processing. Iran acknowledged the imports in February 2003.
    6: ...ociated production and loss of nuclear material.' Iran acknowledged this failure in February 2003.
    7: ...1999, and into as many as 19 centrifuges in 2002. Iran also failed to declare the associated production ...
    8: ...nvolved the use of nuclear material in equipment, Iran was obligated to report them to the IAEA.
  7. Argument: Iran is seeking nuclear weapons, not simply nuclear energy (2,002 bytes)
    2: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    6: ...an Iraqi quagmire that tempers its ambitions, for Iran’s rulers, it is still an aggressive state whose...
    7: ....pdf+enough+uranium+for+nuclear+weapon+not+energy+iran&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us The AIPAC presents the f...
    8: ...ricity is far more expensive than oil and gas for Iran, which has 90 years of oil and 220 years of gas r...
    9: ...uranium enrichment and heavy water facilities, as Iran is doing, when nuclear reactor fuel can be purcha...
  8. Argument: Iran is likely to have a nuclear weapon within a number of years (1,532 bytes)
    2: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    4: ==Estimates of Iran's ability to obtain a nuclear weapon==
    6: ...y from being able to produce a nuclear weapon... Iran had stockpiled 250 tonnes of uranium hexafluoride...
    7: ...e its first nuclear weapon in 2009. By this time, Iran is assessed to have had sufficient time to prepar...
    9: ==Counter-argument==
  9. Argument: Military action premature; Iran is no imminent threat (2,221 bytes)
    2: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    6: ...hat. We still have lots of time to negotiate with Iran in the international community."
    8: ...uclear watchdog Mr ElBaradei saying it could take Iran another six to 12 months to get 3,000 centrifuges...
    10: ...asis of that judgment we argue that it would take Iran at least five years to produce enough weapons gra...
    12: ...ality enrichment. Iran is not an imminent threat. Iran does not have nuclear weapons."
  10. Argument: A nuclear Iran would be more aggressive in the Middle East (6,340 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
    3: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    6: ... News and World Report. March 23, 2009] - Nuclear Iran will be a threat to U.S. national security, world...
    9: ... the entire world," he crows. Bolstered by nukes, Iran's aggressive ambitions would not be stopped witho...
    12: ... regions. An additional aim of the terrorism that Iran would support would be to keep other nations from...
  11. Argument: Iran can be deterred from using a nuclear weapon (2,595 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
    6: ...use.info/article11731.htm William Pfaff. "Nuclear Iran is not a threat". Asian Age. January 31, 2006] - ...
    9: ...mical and biological weapons since the end of the Iran-Iraq War, and if it had wanted to, it could have ...
    12: ...of ''The Persian Puzzle'' that, "Our history with Iran suggests that this regime probably can be deterre...
    15: ...deterred is based on conjecture rather than fact. Iranian foreign policy, since the Islamic Revolution h...
  12. Argument: A nuclear-armed Iran will not provoke a Middle East arms race (1,674 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
    3: ...be justified in pursuing military options against Iran]]
    7: ...an guarantees would seem insufficient relative to Iran."[http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/02/27/opinion/...
    9: ==Counter-argument==
    10: *[[Argument: A nuclear Iran will spark an international arms race]]
  13. Argument: Bombing Iran would perpetuate radicalism and Iranian regime (369 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
  14. Argument: A nuclear Iran is an existential threat to Israel (2,136 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Is a nuclear Iran intolerable?]]
    5: ...versity on December 14, 2001, for example, former Iranian president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, curren...
    9: ... parliamentary committee in Israel that a nuclear Iran poses an "existential threat" to Israel, accordin...
    12: ...acy in Media. July 10, 2008] - Why does a nuclear Iran pose such a unique threat? After all, we already ...
    14: First, Iran has repeatedly declared its intention to wipe Isr...
  15. Argument: Staying in Iraq risks starting a war with Iran (1,880 bytes)
    6: ...e risks is the prospect of military conflict with Iran -- the by-product not of some deliberative democr...
    8: ...d, and still believe, that we must go to war with Iran. Our current strategy in Iraq was designed and, t...
    12: .... There should be no doubt about the hostile role Iran and Syria are playing in Iraq today.''"
  16. Argument: The Iraq War has benefited Iran by eliminating its Iraqi adversaries (1,653 bytes)
    4: ... terror'". Independent.co.uk. August 23, 2006] - "Iran's influence in the Middle East has been bolstered...
    6: ...Chatham House - says: "There is little doubt that Iran has been the chief beneficiary of the war on terr...
    8: ...es, with Coalition support, has eliminated two of Iran's regional rival governments - the Taliban in Afg...
    10: ...no indication that the U.S. presence is weakening Iran's position. Quite the contrary."
  17. Argument: Iran poses a significant nuclear and ballistic missile threat (2,578 bytes)
    4: ...tage Foundation. November 6, 2007] - Myth #1: The Iranian threat is not urgent.
    6: ...Iran, supported by countries such as North Korea, Iran's capability may well be realized even earlier th...
    8: ...umbent upon the United States to take the growing Iranian threat seriously by taking steps to protect it...
    11: ...possibility of a Manhattan Project-like effort by Iran, which could decrease the time needed to reach in...
  18. Argument: Iran would not use missiles; they lack "plausible deniability" (453 bytes)
    4: ...ism, such as it knocked in London and Madrid. The Iranians are not going to send missiles against Poland...
  19. Argument: Iran can be deterred; attacking others would result in its annihilation (1,260 bytes)
    4: ...ense system could be overwhelmed. (…) why would Iran chose to threaten the whole of Europe? For what p...
    7: ...e “mad mullah” argument. A regime such as the Iranian one, with so few international friends and so ...
  20. Argument: Iran is simply not a geopolitical threat to international order (1,321 bytes)
    4: ...he fullness of time with a new order dominated by Iran and ruled by the religio-political culture of Isl...
    6: ... and Iraq) are quietly or actively allied against Iran. And yet we are to believe that Tehran is about t...

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    5: ...weight to Iran paved the way for the expansion of Iranian influence in Iraq, and has enabled Tehran to b...
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    10: ...Wall Street Journal. August 15th, 2008]: "Indeed, Iran has emerged as the dominant regional power in the...
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    40: ...nd Kuwait, and used chemical weapons both against Iran and against the Kurdish minority within Iraq, we ...
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    24: ...Iranian influence or would it actually strengthen Iran's influence in Iraq and in the region? In general...
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