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Case Against Iran Differs From Iraq

In stark contrast to U.S. allegations against Iraq three years ago that were based on secret intelligence, today’s suspicions about Iranian nuclear ambitions draw on evidence made public by a U.N. agency, the same one that found no case against Saddam Hussein. The information appears in a series of reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations’ nuclear monitoring arm, whose latest assessment of the material is due out early this week. The IAEA has credibility internationally as an impartial analyst, which may explain the greater consensus in the world community about the need for a concerted response to Iran. Full Story

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