"Who gives a country the right to have nukes ?" - Mehmet That nation and no one else. With a single exception, which was a nation controlled by a fool, NO nation which wanted to build nukes has failed to do so. There have been nations which have chosen to end weapons development programs, Sweden, Taiwan and several south american nations have. South Africa even chose nuclear disarmament. Even such a puny economy as North Korea could eventually build nuclear weapons. Had Iran set out to build nukes with serious intent it could have already done so. It has engaged in tentative and brief programs in the late stages of the Iraq-Iran war, and after the USA threatened it with invasion in 2003. But both were not extensive or protracted. Iran would be wise to comply in total with the IAEA and end this farce, but the farce serves it's internal political problems which are far more serious than its international relations problems.
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from the article: U.S.: Iran's nuclear efforts are anything but peaceful
Three of the 200 applications the country has received have been approved so far.17:34 13.10.15 | 0 comments