Iran's Internal Challenges and U.S. Response: The People, Politics, and Plateau
Author(s)Lee, Jr., William M.
Contributor(s)MARINE CORPS COMMAND AND STAFF COLL QUANTICO VA
KeywordsGovernment and Political Science
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AbstractThe United States must take immediate non-military action in an attempt to end Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions and indirect support of globalized terrorism through proxy fundamentalist groups. U.S. politicians must first engage in diplomacy. If Iran fails to cooperate, the U.S. should then recognize and capitalize on Iran's internal challenges through an aggressive and relentless information operations campaign.