In any case, we've been using centrifuges for bio-medical research for years. While I understand the skepticism where Iran is concerned, the only way we'll know for sure that they are using their centrifuges for the same thing - bio-medical research - is to be able to test/inspect on a regular basis.
Just as the U.S. and the world gave Russia a chance to prove that they would scale back their nuclear weapons production, the same "trust but verify" framework needs to be allowed to go forward with Iran. Otherwise, how would you know they're holding true to the agreement?
From the OP article:
That last part should prove to satisfy most folks. It's not a full, immediate lifting of the sanctions. It will be gradual as originally agreed on as Iran comes more and more into compliance.According to European officials, roughly 5,000 centrifuges will remain spinning enriched uranium at the main nuclear site at Natanz, about half the number currently running. The giant underground enrichment site at Fordo — which Israeli and some American officials fear is impervious to bombing — will be partly converted to advanced nuclear research and the production of medical isotopes. Foreign scientists will be present. There will be no fissile material present that could be used to make a bomb.
A major reactor at Arak, which officials feared could produce plutonium, would operate on a limited basis that would not provide enough fuel for a bomb.
In return, the European Union and the United States would begin to lift sanctions, as Iran complied.
Should the framework for an agreement as addressed above remains in place, I think most people could live with that.
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Yup, under constant and, "All centrifuges and related infrastructure will be placed under IAEA monitoring"Centrifuges will continue to spin.
Yes it is. Especially when the international community is constantly watching you.Oh and Uranium not being on the Premises, isn't a difficult problem to get around.
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None at the time.....Iran would be to busy looking to save their own. Especially at their alleged hidden facility in Tehran too.
Moreover the Saud and the Sunni would want to get in.....make sure the Shia knows about a little payback. Truthfully Israel could sit it out and enjoy the show, if we were to jump.
Still Iran knows it would get wiped off the map if we so desired to make it happen. Which is why its absurd to think they would want to declare any type of War.
BO was making to much out of that. Deflecting from all the money that can be made by businesses all around the World, just with opening Iran up for business.
Right here on Page one of the fact sheet. Do note what it says about Fordo. Did you want to dispute it didn't say that they would keep Fordo up and going?
Fact sheet from State Department: Parameters of plan on Iran nuclear program - The Washington Post
So now tell us......whats it say about Iran's Current Stockpile of low grade uranium? Where is that going to be now?
promised to Iran? Are any of the foreign newspapers from the countries involved in the talks explaining things to their people?