Skip to comments.Analysis: Sanctions unlikely to stop Iran
Posted on 06/09/2010 1:40:55 PM PDT by MollyKuehl
Washington calls the latest U.N. sanctions on Iran a diplomatic victory, a show of unity by the world's big powers and a powerful way to prevent the country from making nuclear weapons.
Iran says the sanctions are an unfair attempt to keep it from developing a peaceful civilian energy program.
Whatever Iran's ultimate goal, it is clear that, like three previous sets of sanctions, the new measures are unlikely to crimp a nearly mature nuclear program that can be turned to both peaceful purposes and making atomic weapons. [...]
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Gee, most of us here could have written this report.
UN. sanctions mean nothing to Iran, will continue to
build bomb, laugh at western efforts, etc, etc.
” Analysis: Sanctions unlikely to stop Iran “
Okay - who’s got the “Captain Obvious” pic??
(Maybe someone could come up with a “But, Bullwinkle - that trick NEVER works!!” graphic for this kind of situation??)
The are not intended to stop them, they are intended to provoke them.
And we could have written the report much more cheaply, and made it public, what, 7 years ago?
Sounds good on paper but who is actually going to do this? If Russia ships materials to Iran, who exactly will inspect those shipments? Bluster and wind as in the passing of gas. The UN and O are good at this.
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