Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pauses while he speaks to supporters of his Likud party as he campaigns in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim, near Jerusalem (REUTERS/Nir Elias).
Deterring an Iranian nuclear breakout
February 26, 2015,
Robert Einhorn argues an Iran nuclear deal that forbids any enrichment is not attainable. He writes that a good agreement can allow limited enrichment but prevent Iranian breakout by putting in place monitoring that would ensure early detection of a breakout attempt, lengthening potential breakout time to at least one year, and promising painful consequences and ultimate failure for Iran if it attempts to produce a nuclear weapon.