A nuclear Iran would (de-)stabilize the Middle East.’ Discuss, and include reference to a) Israel’s nuclear strategy and b) Western efforts and options to counter Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program

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The essay must be critical not descriptive one. Arguments should be discussed in proper way and critically analyzed.
These sources must be used
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