May 18 2010
Iran has a nuclear bomb, at least according to an Israeli war game just concluded in Tel Aviv, Reuters reports.
Former Israeli generals and diplomats ran the war game, which concluded that such a nuclear weapon in Iran would blunt Israel's military autonomy.
Some players predicted Tehran would exercise nuclear restraint in the event of conflict. "Iranian deterrence proved dizzyingly effective," said a retired general who played Israel's defense minister.
In the simulation,...
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