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Is Patient Diplomacy the Best Approach to Iran’s Nuclear Program?

Yes, a patient diplomacy is the best approach to Iran’s nuclear program. Professor Christopher Hemmer from the Department of International Security Studies at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama argues that although Iran’s nuclear program will cause challenges for the United States, they can be met through active strategy of deterrence, containment, and engagement. The United States interests in Iran are too high and should not be threaten by forcing Iran through military action to abandon the development of nuclear weapons.
Oil, in the Persian Gulf is a major interest for The United States. Maintaining the oil flow into America is essentially important due to our dependency of it. The United States cannot jeopardize the possibility of creating a hostile relationship with Iran. A military hit forcing Iran to abandon nuclear weapons will only minimize the oil production coming into America and at the same time affect the overall market. Undoubtedly, Iran does rely heavily on the profits from oil exports and therefore will not stop or hold back petroleum from global markets, but they can however, threaten to disrupt the flow of traffic or raise the price of oil. This will ultimately affect the United States economy, and essentially the global market.

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