Posts Tagged: Iran Nuclear Weapons
There's never a shortage of misconceptions about Iran.
Iran scores low on the West's unspoken rationality and ethics indexes.
Perhaps the only way for the West to keep an eye on Iran's uranium enrichment program is to stop objecting to its continuation.
Calling for states to disarm to prevent nuclear proliferation may be as tough a sell as asking them to spend during an economic crisis instead of cutting spending.
Israel must come clean about its own nuclear program if it hopes to be credible about nonproliferation with Iran.
It behooves us to remember that Israel's nuclear weapons program is as illegal as Iran's would be.
Does Iran believe that by developing the capacity to build nuclear weapons it can facilitate worldwide nonproliferation and disarmament?
Many believe that attacking Iran's nuclear facilities will only fill it with resolve to bring nuclear bombs into this world.
We know neither who pulls the nuclear strings in Iran nor whether the Revolutionary Guard is behind the assassination plot.
Could Iran possibly believe that its nuclear program is advanced enough to deter American military retaliation for the alleged assassination plot?