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Dealing with Tehran

Dealing with Tehran

The implementation of the U.S.-Iran nuclear accord over the weekend marked a milestone for the Obama administration's strategy of patient diplomacy to prevent Tehran from building a bomb. Under the terms of the agreement concluded last year, Iran has shipped 95 percent of its low-enriched uranium out of the country and disabled the core of a reactor that could have been used to produce plutonium and give Tehran a second path to fueling a nuclear weapon. In return, the U.S. and its partners agreed to lift international sanctions that had crippled Iran's economy. There's no question Mr. Obama's high-stakes diplomacy has made the world safer, at least for the next 10 to 15 years. But you'd...

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