Arnold Williams (notebuyer) wrote,
Arnold Williams

Iran: What next?

Well, Iran has indicated, once again, that it has no intention of complying with the treaties it signed. China and Russia, big trading partners with Iran, have indicated that unless the US bribes them extensively, they have no interest in making Iran comply with UN sanctions.

The problem is that UN sanctions, as demonstrated before, don't actually do much in the face of determined cheating. Further thoughts here.

It may be easier to impose sanctions on the UN.

UPDATE: Perspectives are not lacking in this matter.
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