Will Israel Attack Iran? Debate the Issue Here at The Atlantic

Beginning tomorrow, Monday, August 16, participate in our site-wide debate here at The Atlantic about Jeffrey Goldberg's September cover story on whether Israel will, and whether it should, use military force to stop the Islamic Republic of Iran from gaining nuclear weapons:

Monday morning, Robin Wright of the United States Institute of Peace will start off a debate that we'll be running here at The Atlantic through Wednesday, August 25. Weighing in along with Robin will be Elliott Abrams (Council on Foreign Relations); Nicholas Burns (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University); Patrick Clawson (The Washington Institute for Near East Policy); Reuel Marc Gerecht (Foundation for Defense of Democracies); Marc Lynch (The George Washington University); Gary Milhollin (Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control); Karim Sadjadpour (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace); along with Andrew Sullivan, Jim Fallows, and other voices here at The Atlantic, including, of course, Jeff himself

We hope you'll be there, too, share your thoughts, and help move the conversation forward.
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Marc Ambinder is an Atlantic contributing editor. He is also a senior contributor at Defense One, a contributing editor at GQ, and a regular contributor at The Week.

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