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Potential US military strike against Iran full of risks

The administration of US President George W. Bush would likely spark a costly and unpredictable conflict should it strike Iran’s suspected nuclear sites, analysts said after reports that such strikes were under review. According to Richard Haas, an expert at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), such strikes would be unlikely to remain “limited,” as Tehran would also certainly retaliate. “You cannot go into it assuming it will stay limited,” Haas said at a CFR debate last week, adding “so very quickly, a limited military operation becomes a relatively unlimited military operation.” Full Story

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