Today world powers meet Iranian high-officials to negotiate over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. The opponents left the table last year in Istanbul after Iran denied to stop enriching nuclear material. Meanwhile Tehran expanded atomic activity, despite the many international sanctions and the greatly reduced and still sinking oil exports. Last week a United Nations report said that Iran installing advanced centrifuges that would allow to significantly speed up the enrichment of uranium. Despite the uncountable statements that Tehran will use his nuclear force only in peaceful, non-military way, it seems obvious for the West, that Iran is building a bomb.
The stakes are high for Israel who is the only nuclear-power in the region and they do everything what is ‘necesseray’ to stop Tehran from gaining atomic weapon. As we wrote before, the United States of America will cooperate with Israel only until military force is not needed. That point is in sight now because the heavy sanctions did not take effect, so there is only one solution for Israel, but it is not acceptable by anyone else, including the US.
Today the world powers likely to offer some loosening in the sanctions to negotiate Tehran. Despite this, it is very unlikely to take a step forward, because of the presidental elections in Iran will be held in June. According to the very best scenanrio, the Islamic Republic accepts to keep the negotiations alive. It is clearr now that the Islamic Republic will have the materials to build a nuclear weapon, whatever is the cost. There is no doubt that Iran will not accept the ‘Terms an Conditions’ delivered by the six superpower, but they will use the given time to get closer to their final goal. Until then, don’t get fooled by any high-official interview, because Tehran will get what he wants, and no one can do anything. And when Tehran announces their first succesful atomic test everyone accept the fact that Iran has a nuclear weapon and that’s it. There will be no nuclear world war, just one more country who spends more on weapons than it has to.