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America is once again drifting toward war. Less than ten years after the U.S. invasion (and subsequent occupation) of Iraq, its myriad lessons seem forgotten. A familiar, toxic mix of sloppy politicians and politicized foreign policy experts is telling the American public that an irrational Iranian regime hell-bent on acquiring and using nuclear weapons poses an imminent threat to its safety -- despite the highest levels of America’s national security establishment speaking on the record to the contrary. ››read more
Editor's note: According to the US National Intelligence there is no evidence of a weaponisation programme in Iran. This view is confirmed by the US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta who confirmed again in February that Iran has not made a decision to develop nuclear weapons.
Putin: US should recognise Iran's right to develop a civilian nuclear program, including the right to enrich uranium(source: RT) February 28, 2012
“We propose recognizing Iran's right to develop a civilian nuclear program, including the right to enrich uranium,” he said. “But this must be done in exchange for putting all Iranian nuclear activity under reliable and comprehensive IAEA safeguards. If this is done, the sanctions against Iran, including the unilateral ones, must be lifted.” ››read more