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How Iran Nuke Standoff Looks to Saudis: Mustafa Alani

(Corrects scope of boycott described in third paragraph. This is the second in a series of op-ed articles about Iran, from writers in countries that have a direct interest in the escalating debate over how to rein in its alleged nuclear weapons program. For more Bloomberg View, click on VIEW <GO>)

Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) -- The most likely victims of a nuclear armed Iran are not the U.S. or Israel, but the Gulf states -- countries that are engaged in intense competition with the regime in Tehran, but that lack the power to deter any threat or aggression with a nuclear-strike capability of their own.