Iran Backs Away From Key Detail in Nuclear Deal – NYTimes.com

English: Diagram of nuclear waste and the nucl...

English: Diagram of nuclear waste and the nuclear fuel cycle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This comprehensive article from the NYT provides a detailed discussion of the likelihood of a nuclear deal with Iran. It’s a recommended read. Check it out!

via Iran Backs Away From Key Detail in Nuclear Deal – NYTimes.com.

It seems that there’s no agreement on the important proposal to ship surplus nuclear fuel to Russia for safe conversion to rods. It’s still hard to get a comprehensive overview of the likely deal because negotiations are still in progress. Reaction from Saudi Arabia and Israel has been alarm, especially with the escalating crisis in Yemin, where Iran is supporting the rebels.

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  1. Sadly I think that the Iranians are stalling and are making fools out of Kerry and Obama and the West.
    Dr Alf is right in this regard as per some of his earlier posts.
    Attacking Natanz can only be done by the Americans using powerful thermobaric weaponry and that would be regarded as an act of war by Russia.
    Israel lacks the capability to attack Natanz so the need is to concentrate the minds of the Ayotollahs without triggering war.
    Using weather warfare to decimate Iran’s crops and food supply and create a small earthquake to destroy Natanz might be part of the solution and holding out the possibility of a wealthier secular future under a more Western friendly regime might be the way to stop the present regime’s troublemaking short of going to war.

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