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June 13, 2007

Mitt Romney on Iran

"First, we must continue tighten economic sanctions. Second, we must impose diplomatic isolation of Iran's Government. Third, Arab states must join this effort to prevent a nuclear Iran. Fourth, we must make it clear that while nuclearization may be a source of pride, it can also be a source of peril. The military option remains on the table. Fifth, our strategy should be integrated into a broader approach to the broader Muslim world.”

Speech at the Institute for Policy and Strategy Studies’ Herzliya Conference, January 2007


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