CHINA and Russia blamed the US for Iran’s stockpiling of low-enriched uranium reaching levels that breach a 2015 nuclear deal.
The crisis over the 2015 Iran nuclear deal has been brewing since the US unilaterally pulled out of the accord in May 2018; Washington followed up with harsh economic sanctions against Tehran. Exactly a year later, Iran announced the suspension of part of its obligations under the deal, stressing, however, that it is not leaving the agreement.
Graham said that he supported US President Donald Trump’s decision to leave the Iran deal, but said “there is an obligation to replace it with something.”
by Peter Jenkins A White House press statement, dated July 1, claims that there is a “longstanding non-proliferation standard of no enrichment for Iran.” This claim is false. For more than 40 years…
Gareth Porter, a historian, investigative journalist, and analyst specializing in US national security policy, told Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear that the US’ claim that Iran had a nuclear weapons program is based on false ideas bolstered by the US intelligence community and that China is unlikely to succumb to the US’ anti-Iran campaign.