The Iran Nuclear Deal
What's the Deal?
What is the Iran Nuclear Deal?
Under this potential deal, Iran has to cut their plutonium enrichments so that a nuclear weapon can't be made for another 15 years ("The Iran Nuclear Deal"). Also, all Iranian nuclear facilities must be inspected ("The Iran Nuclear Deal"). Now, Iran can still continue to research nukes, and they can still keep their nuclear facilities which they claim are only for "civilian use" ("The Iran Nuclear Deal"). On the American side of things, the U.S has to ease economic sanctions on Iran which have reduced Iran's sales of produce and oil ("The Iran Nuclear Deal").
Is Iran Dangerous?
The Big Question: Will the Nuclear Deal Keep the World at Peace?
In the beginning, I thought this deal was a great thing. But, after countless hours of research and note taking, I can conclude that this deal will not keep the world at peace. Due to Iran's history and their neighboring countries fear of them, I feel as though the U.S should not even give Iran the oppurtunity to have a nuclear program at all. Why would the U.S even consider to give Iran a responsibility when we all know that they will just bend and break the rules. If Iran really did want to make a nuclear weapon, would a political deal really stop them? After all, in 15 years, who knows what this world may be like?