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Simon & Schuster
<B >How close are we to a nuclear Iran? What does it mean for American foreign policy? How did we get to this point? And what do we do now? <BR></B><BR>In <I >Unthinkable</I>, Kenneth Pollack, a former CIA analyst with twenty-five years of experience working on the Middle East, explores America’s intractable problem with Iran, Tehran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability, and the prolonged clash that led us to this point. Pollack lays out key solutions to the Iran nuclear question, explaining and assessing the options for American policymakers: <BR><BR>• Redoubling our efforts at a carrot-and-stick approach that combines negotiations and sanctions <BR>• Aiding the Iranian opposition to bring about a popular form of regime change <BR>• An Israeli military strike <BR>• The American military option <BR>• Containing a nuclear Iran <BR><BR>Insightful, powerful, and balanced in its approach, <I >Unthinkable</I> is one of the most thoughtful and important books on foreign policy in the past decade.