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Iran’s Nuclear Program: A Race Between Sanctions and Centrifuges?

The Center's Audits of the Conventional Wisdom series continues with Jim Walsh on Iran. Walsh is an international securities expert and research associate at the Center's Security Studies Program. His video audit on Iran took place on Wednesday, September 23, 2009.

ERRATUM: Jim Walsh references the years 1984-1987 when giving background on Iran's nuclear program. He corrected this to include the years 1984-1997.

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