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March 11, 2012 11:58 am

U.S. May Not be Certain of Iran Nuclear Progress

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inspects the Natanz nuclear plant in central Iran. Photo: IPO

LA Times – Despite President Obama‘s assurances that the United States will know if Tehran begins to secretly build a nuclear bomb, some senior officials familiar with U.S. intelligence and spying capabilities in Iran are doubtful.

The issue is a crucial one because the White House has suggested that U.S. satellites, sensors and spies, as well as United Nations inspections, provide a reliable tripwire to decide whether diplomacy has failed and military action is needed to stop Iran from assembling a nuclear device.

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