The World Did Not Agree to a Nuclear-Armed Iran – Not Even in 10 Years

The US and its allies can prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons, but only if they are clear about what the controversial 2015 nuclear deal actually says. Critics of the agreement, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, often say the deal gives Iran permission to acquire nuclear weapons after 10 years. Yet the stated premise of the plan was that Iran would never build or acquire nuclear weapons – ever.

Bron: The World Did Not Agree to a Nuclear-Armed Iran – Not Even in 10 Years