Mideast expert Juan Cole explains to how tell if Iran is hiding nukes:
If Iran really does permit full, ongoing IAEA inspections of the facility, then it cannot be used for weapons production. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted Sunday that Iran cannot use the Natanz plant for bomb-making because it is being regularly inspected by the UN.
Scott Ritter, an experienced inspector himself, dispels the myths about the new Qom facility and urges against new economic sanctions on Iran as counter-productive. Greater transparency and more inspections should be the demand of the West, he says.
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Then check out Glenn Greenwald on on the similaries between the 2002 case against Iraq and the 2009 case against Iran - in the media, that is.