Former CIA Director Hayden: Iran Offers Danger in 2012

Tuesday, 03 Jan 2012 12:57 PM

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LIGNET, a global intelligence and forecasting site, says Iran will be the wild card of 2012, and its actions in the coming months could foretell peace or war. LIGNET adviser Gen. Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA, offers his blunt assessment of Iran, labeling it “the single most worrisome topic” that the U.S. security community faces.

The LIGNET analysis includes:
  • Hayden’s assessment of Iran’s recent announcement that it has enriched its first nuclear fuel rod
  • Ambassador John Bolton’s assessment of the likelihood of an Israeli attack on Iran, and the timing of such an attack
  • And Ambassador Otto Reich’s surprising information about Iran’s growing influence in Latin America.
Iran’s next major move will have serious implications for Gulf states such as Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain. Experts also warn about serious oil price fluctuations in the months ahead, based on Iran’s actions and volatility in the region.

This detailed LIGNET analysis is compiled by veteran former CIA analysts and members of other U.S. intelligence services and is available to subscribers. Users may sign up for free summaries or a risk-free trial subscription to access the full LIGNET analysis.

Please read this Urgent Analysis about Iran — Go Here Now.



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