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Trita Parsi On Iran: No ‘Military Solution’ In Nuclear Standoff (VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 16, 2012


We are human being and we have brain to think and discuss to sort out problem:

WASHINGTON — The author of a recent book on the Obama administration’s efforts to solve the Iran nuclear crisis through diplomacy says he sees no “military solution” to the standoff — and suggests that military action might only serve to enhance tensions over the issue.

Trita Parsi, the author of “A Single Roll of the Dice: Obama’s Diplomacy With Iran,” spoke to The Huffington Post during a visit to the D.C. bureau earlier this week.

“Even at the best case scenario, even if it managed to set the program back two or three years, all it would do, most likely, is it would redouble the Iranian desire for a nuclear deterrence, precisely because they were attacked,” said Parsi, who is the president of the National Iranian American Council. “When people are talking about a military solution, I find that kind of ironic. I think perhaps you can say about a military option, but the idea of a military solution I think one should contest, because I have not come across any military people who truly believe that it can work.” Read the rest of this entry »

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