The U.S. government is not about to get caught up in a controversy involving potential weapons of mass destruction and a non-democratic nation in the Middle East.
The Iranian government most likely got tired of waiting for the U.S. to continue with their plan to whitewash the axis of evil and has decided to speak up for its own supposed rights to nuclear arms.
Washington is afraid to be goaded into anything in light of a recent history of bad moves. The Pentagon and White House continually remind the public that things are going well, and we must stay the course. But whoever would have thought that Iran and North Korea would be making the first moves in the new nukes game while America lay glued to its vast green pastures of naivete.
AP: Iran isn’t taking lightly a move by Europe aimed at forcing Iran to stop some of its nuclear activities.
Russia is defending Iran’s right to a civilian nuclear power program because it has vital interests of its own in doing so, and Moscow will not reverse its position despite US and EU pressure to do so, analysts said.
Russia eyes its own interests in backing Iran’s nuclear program