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The Conundrum of Iran

Oct 22 2015
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Recommendations to the next President (assuming office in Jan. 2009) on how to play the figures on the U.S.-Iranian Chessboard (18 November 2007, Author: John Brennan) 

(Background:  US overthrow of Mossadeg)

Iran will be a major player on the world stage in the decades ahead, and its actions and behavior will have a major and enduring impact on near- and long-term U.S. interests on a wide variety of regional and global issues. With a population of over 70 million, xx percent of the world’s proven oil reserves, a geostrategic location of tremendous (enviable?) significance, and a demonstrated potential to develop a nuclear-weapons program, the United States has no choice but to find a way to coexist—and to come to terms—with whatever government holds power in Tehran. At the same time, the Iranian Government also must come to terms with Washington, as Tehran’s ability to advance its political and economic interests rests on a non-hostile relationship with the United States and the West.

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Iran’s most covert operation is revealed, which in turn unearths three decades of clandestine work.

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Sitting at his desk, Jason receives an email that changes everything. He leaves for Iraq and finds himself in the middle of a war, surrounded by greed, death and destruction.

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