1. There is no concrete proof anywhere that Iran has a nuclear weapons program 2. Iran is not in violation of any part of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). 3. Iran is years away from even having the material or the technological capability to produce a bomb even if they had a weapons program, which, again, no one can demonstrate in any definitive way. 3. That said, this conference concentrates on disarmament, a crucial part of the NPT which the United States has been slow to observe. The Obama Administration's recent moves in this direction are welcome. 4. Notwithstanding, this conference does smack of political posturing--giving the Chinese additional cover to avoid supporting sanctions. 5. No one is pure in the nuclear game.
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