You are rather behind the curve here. Nuclearisation will proliferate regardless of any incoherent assumptions about Iran's intent (in the minds of warmongering nations who are already nuclearised). Apart from Asian nations, I would put a South American country high on the list to weaponise in the next decade. Instead of hand-wringing about the prospects of it happening, declared nuclear powers (and no others) should put a pact in place to safe-guard one another’s stockpiles of weaponry in the event of the breakdown of law and order. Of course such a thing could never happen in the US in the next 50 years – would it???
International investigators to probe several cases of Syria chemical attacks (AP)
from the article: What Iran has learned from the Korean crisis