David Price (david_price) wrote,
David Price

How to respond to Iran?

With the news breaking today that Iran has informed the IAEA that a new pilot fuel enrichment plant is under construction, and President Obama warning that the plant represents a direct challenge to international non-proliferation and “deepens a growing concern that Iran is refusing to live up to these international responsibilities,” how should the international community respond?

The Independent and Debategraph would like you help us identify, explore and weigh the different options using the interactive debate map below:


(click this link to launch the map)

To explore and contribute to the map, click here or on the link above the image.

As Jimmy flagged on Tuesday, this is the first map in the series to use the new version of Debategraph which launched earlier this week. There are many new features (including simpler editing, real time communication within the community building and exploring the map, and an integrated help system), with the video below offering a quick two minute overview.


As with the other maps in the series you can you can keep up to date with developments on this map via @TheIndyDebate on Twitter. And you are welcome to embed the map on your own website or blog (like a YouTube video) using the code shown below:

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