Iran has announced a major breaking of international laws and agreements with the disclosure of a second nuclear enrichment facility. This facility is too large for just civilian nuclear power and was hid from the West for years.
President Obama, British PM Brown, French President Sarkozy, and German Chancellor Merkel have all made strong statements condemning Iran's actions. However, it is yet to be seen what the West will do about this growing threat.
I recently wrote that the President's weak actions pertaining to Iran have placed us closer and closer to a crisis. And what will the United States do about it. From my September 1st article:
Things are quickly becoming more similar to the situation before the Iraq War in 2003. In 2002, President Bush demanded verification of the end of Saddam's WMD program. Flanked by Western nations, inspectors returned, but Saddam moved to delay any further action. President Obama is again supported by many nations in his attempt to verify Iran's nuclear suspension, but if he acts further, he may be more isolated, just as President Bush was in 2003.
Well, one thing's clear. We have to do something.
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