Nuclear Iran: Is There An Option?

As for making a dent in Iran's import- export traffic of energy products, the sanctions will have little effect. Turkey has indicated that it plans to increase its imports of natural gas from Iran. Also, according to The Wall Street Journal, oil traders and oil industry analysts say Iran will have little trouble finding other gasoline supplies in the Persian Gulf, where a black market in fuel products thrives, even if Washington passes measures that would ... Full Story »

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William Hughes-Games
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by William Hughes-Games - Jun. 18, 2010

An informative article

The solution to the production of bombs from the waste of nuclear plants is to develop Thorium as a fuel instead of Uranium. Amongst its many advantages, it produces no bomb making material. Other huge advantages will most likely lead to far cheaper electricity than when Uranium is used.

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James Canning
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by James Canning - Jun. 18, 2010

Generally good comments, in my view, but there remains no evidence the government of Iran has decided to build nukes.

Thr Russians, Chinese, Turks and Brazilians think diplomacy is the better way to resolve the dispute over Iran's nuclear program. I agree. US policy is foolish and counter-productive.

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Nadine Jones
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by Nadine Jones - Jun. 18, 2010
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