A debate between Daniel Halper and Meir Javedanfar.

If Senator Barack Obama is successful in his presidential election bid, which seems more likely each day passing, it will be left to President George W. Bush to ensure that Iran remains without nuclear weapons for the foreseeable future. Time will be the biggest constraint — since the president will be out of power about two and a half months after the election — so options are limited. Please continue.

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