Iran going nuclear: don’t bomb, don’t ignore
The subject is Iran, and their line of argument is that Iran’s nuclear facilities should not be bombed (of course), but that their recent behavior cannot be ignored:
"Given these bad options, what should the United States and Europe do instead? The answer is that they should do what they said they would do -- make Iran pay a real price if it refuses to suspend its uranium enrichment activities again. This means first making a concerted effort to win Russian and Chinese support for tough action at the International Atomic Energy Agency and the U.N. Security Council next month."The article is really worth reading if you have an interest in international relations, and think that a line must be found between the two bad options (bombs and doing nothing, respectively).