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Op-Ed: Confronting Iran beyond the 'fiscal cliff'

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As leaders in Washington face a battle over massive cuts to military spending, they should remember that the outside world continues to turn -- and that Iranian nuclear centrifuges continue to spin. The $500 billion in indiscriminate defense cuts threatened by "sequestration" -- part of the so-called fiscal cliff that Congress failed to resolve -- could embolden Iran to speed up its nuclear...

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