Milton Hoenig

nuclear physicist

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Nuclear physicist who once worked at the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; co-author of The New Iranian Leadership: Ahmadinejad, Terrorism, Nuclear Ambition and the Middle East

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Last week, the Jerusalem Post reported that the  Bush Administration planned to attack Iran  before leaving office.  The White House said the story "was not worth the paper it was…

Iran and the Prospect of Military Action

Last week, the Jerusalem Post reported that the Bush Administration planned to attack Iran before leaving office.  The White House said the story "was not worth the paper it was…

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