Time for action on Iran

Regime change in Iran is necessary, but the window for diplomatic action is closing rapidly.

By IVAN SASCHA SHEEHAN
May 28, 2012 12:06
3 minute read.
Iran- P5+1 nuclear negotiations in Baghdad

Baghdad nuclear talks 370. (photo credit: REUTERS)

A report issued by the UN on Friday detailing higher than expected levels of Iranian uranium enrichment constitutes a tipping point in negotiations to halt Tehran’s illicit pursuit of nuclear weapons.

The report, issued on the heels of the second round of direct talks in Baghdad between members of the UN Security Council, Germany (P5+1), and Iran, is cause for concern. Coupled with the failure of the talks to result in a clear path forward, it confirms what Iran watchers already knew: no package of concessions will dissuade Tehran from its pursuit of a nuclear stockpile. Regime change in Iran is necessary, it is inevitable, and the window for diplomatic action is closing rapidly.

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