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Is Regime Change the Answer?

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Supporters of the 2009 'Green Movement' in Iran protest the re-election of former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Photo: Getty Images)
Supporters of the 2009 ‘Green Movement’ in Iran protest the re-election of former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Photo: Getty Images)

Is regime change the best way to deal with Iran? Or is there another strategy to stop the terror-supporting mullahs? And what about human rights in the country? Clarion’s National Security Analyst and Shilman Fellow Ryan Mauro answers these questions and more about what options President Trump has in dealing with the Islamic Republic of Iran once sanctions have brought the ayatollahs to their knees.

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