In his latest article for the New Yorker, Seymour Hersh reports on the internal debate in Washington over Iran’s nuclear programme.
Inside the Pentagon, senior commanders have increasingly challenged the President’s plans, according to active-duty and retired officers and officials. The generals and admirals have told the Administration that the bombing campaign will probably not succeed in destroying Iran’s nuclear program. They have also warned that an attack could lead to serious economic, political, and military consequences for the United States. (New Yorker)
America’s National Public Radio also has a new interview with Hersh.