"If Iran makes another strategic mistake," runs the Telegraph, "such as ignoring demands by the UN or future resolutions, then the thinking among the chiefs is that military action could be taken to bring an end to the crisis. The belief in some areas of Whitehall is that an attack is now all but inevitable."
The greatest strategic mistake Tehran could make is an act of conventional aggression. Even the smallest incident could do. Even by proxy, if the line was drawn clearly between connected dots. Rearmament is one thing; remilitarizing the Rhineland another. Ours must be the second-itchiest trigger finger.