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Why are the US and Iran in a hurry to agree?

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Why are the US and Iran in a hurry to agree?The meeting of the “six” of intermediaries and Iran on the problem of the nuclear program of this country, which took place in Geneva, has passed and ended almost as expected, more than successfully.
The meeting was preceded by numerous advances and assurances from all sides of the process, after which there was simply no point in pulling further. Iran put forward "completely new initiatives", the United States received them with enthusiasm, the rest of the negotiators supported the Americans' optimism.


Staged Settlement Plan

What were these "new initiatives"? At first glance, the position of Iran has remained almost the same. However, there were significant nuances. Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif proposed a phased settlement plan consisting of three interrelated steps.
At the first stage, Iran is recognized its unconditional right to develop a peaceful energy nuclear program.
The second stage is the guarantees of the Iranian side, which remove any issues in the military focus of this program.
The third stage is the lifting of unilateral and international sanctions.

Warranties

The main question is guarantees. It is here that Iran is really ready to make serious concessions.

Firstly, they concern the consent of the IAEA to conduct any suspicious objects for surprise inspections by the IAEA. Earlier, the Iranians categorically objected to inspectors and experts of the IAEA visiting some of them, in particular, the laboratory near Parchin. The IAEA and the USA have suspected this laboratory of working on neutron initiating devices, which are a critical node in the production of nuclear weapons. Iran rejected any suspicions, but did not allow the object, citing its refusal by saying that it is military and completely secret, but it does not have anything to do with the nuclear program. There were other bans on the activities of the IAEA inspectors. Now it seems that Iran is ready to make concessions in this matter.

The second question, which was a stumbling block, is the degree of enrichment of uranium. For purely technological reasons, Iran needs fuel with a degree of enrichment in 20 percent.

Israel and the United States called this level dangerous in terms of the ability to use this fuel for the production of nuclear weapons. This is not entirely true, but if the kilogram of uranium enriched in 372% uranium existing in 20 of Iran is enriched, then theoretically this fear has a right to exist. Highly enriched uranium in itself is not a nuclear charge, this requires a rather long way to go, but Iran decided to remove the problem, ensuring that in the future it is ready to enrich nuclear fuel to lower levels.

This will require the Iranians to revise the technological parameters of their reactors, will force them to work on the transfer of existing and future power units to less enriched fuel, but in general the problem is solved.

At one time, the Tehran research reactor TVR has undergone such an upgrade. Specialists from Argentina reconfigured it from work with 93 percent uranium to 20 percent.

However, Iran will not give up its accumulated reserves - this is its categorical demand. Apparently, the fuel already available to him will first be used for its intended purpose, and then it will be possible to carry out modernization of the reactors. In a sense, Iran guarantees its normal uninterrupted work if it is not possible to come to an agreement. On the other hand, he does have a supply of fuel, which allows him to work for several years, so the Iranians can afford to calmly prepare for modernization without disrupting existing programs.
Judging by the optimistic reaction of all the participants in the meeting in Geneva, Iran’s initiatives have been met more than favorably. Both the European Union, the United States and Russia expressed very positively about the outcome of the meeting, Iran also expressed its satisfaction. The main thing was to make and sign a short communiqué on the summit, which was not there before.
Now there is a work of experts who will reduce the principal agreements to concrete steps and deadlines. The work has to be urgent - in a few weeks a new meeting will take place. It seems that both Iran and the “six” intend to complete the multi-year negotiations as soon as possible and reach concrete decisions. If so, by the spring of the year 2014, sanctions can be lifted from Iran. This raises the legitimate question: why such a rush? What happened that the United States and Iran suddenly sharply discard differences and go in an expedited manner towards each other?

Why are the US and Iran in a hurry to agree?

Iran’s interest is understandable - the sanctions have caused very serious damage to its economy. He learned to work in these conditions, but problems are growing. Problems that can undermine the internal stability of the country, he does not need. The economy adds quite significant social difficulties, there is a very difficult problem of reconfiguring the political system and carefully rethinking the interests and demands of the younger generations of Iranians who are not satisfied with the rigid fundamentalism of the existing system.

We are not talking about restructuring a la Gorbachev, but continue to pretend that everything is fine, the Iranian establishment can no longer. Therefore, the lifting of sanctions gives Iran resources that it lacks to carry out a broad modernization of the country, both political and economic.

The tasks of the United States are also clear. Obama, putting on the "Muslim Brotherhood" at the beginning of the Arab Spring, as agents of his policies in the region, suffered a crushing defeat. The “brothers” turned out to be political impotent men, dreamers and disgusting managers. In all countries where they took power or got access to it, they failed completely. The answer was the return of the former elite and the strengthening of the positions of Obama’s political opponents in the region.

Iran in this case becomes the answer of Obama to his political rivals. The answer is serious and quite effective. The threat was taken with all seriousness - in order to thwart the emerging agreements between the United States and Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel almost put the region on the brink of full-scale conflict after the provocation in Eastern Gute. Actually, even now this danger has not been eliminated, and this may explain the US rush to end the process of the Six’s negotiations with Iran.

The second problem that forces Obama to make urgent agreements with the Iranian leadership is Afghanistan. The withdrawal of NATO troops next year will inevitably result in the coming to power of the Taliban. All attempts to reach an agreement with them did not work, the Taliban perfectly understand that literally in a year most of Afghanistan will come under control, and therefore he has nothing to negotiate with the Americans.

Russia and its Central Asian allies are extremely concerned about the evolving situation. Independently neither Kyrgyzstan, nor Uzbekistan, nor Tajikistan will cope with it. The CSTO in this case becomes the only instrument for deterring the expansion of the Taliban to the north. Connecting Iran to deterrence seems more than reasonable.

Obama's plan is simple and clear - the United States, leaving Afghanistan, releases its forces and at the same time binds Iran and Russia on the Afghan track with the need to confront the Taliban. Therefore, Obama needs a strong Iran capable of simultaneously confronting his opponents in the Central Asian region and in the east in Central Asia.

The interests of the parties coincided - and now there is no point in pulling the settlement process further. Apparently, no later than the spring of next year, the differences between the “six” and Iran will be finally eliminated.

Naturally, neither Israel nor Saudi Arabia will be satisfied with the current situation, but this is also part of Obama’s intentions. He will link his opponents with confrontation with Iran and free up resources to solve problems in other areas.
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  1. andrei332809
    andrei332809 22 October 2013 18: 52
    +9
    We are waiting for the scandal between the sculpted Yankees and Jews. how could an obamchik agree with Iran without asking israel? like somewhere there were two exceptional, it turns out, could not agree?
    1. smile
      smile 22 October 2013 21: 43
      +5
      andrei332809
      Quietly agree. There will be some compensation. In the end, the removal of their system for a considerable time in Egypt, Syria, and the loss of its chemical weapons, too, is worth something. So that the scandal will not, in any case, is the most devoted US ally in the region. And because the Jews simply have nowhere to go. Judge for yourself, on whom Israel can still have hopes, an acram of the United States?
      And if Israel is left alone, it will simply, sooner or later, be devoured. So that scandals are postponed. Alas. :)))
    2. Airman
      Airman 22 October 2013 22: 01
      +1
      Quote: andrei332809
      We are waiting for the scandal between the sculpted Yankees and Jews. how could an obamchik agree with Iran without asking israel? like somewhere there were two exceptional, it turns out, could not agree?

      There will be no scandal, a pocket poodle will not dare to yap at the owner. And if you try to yap, then .... the consequences can be dire.
      1. a52333
        a52333 22 October 2013 23: 13
        +4
        A poodle is pocket-sized, only on Wall Street such bull terriers are harnessed for him, Obama will not seem enough.
  2. Hudo
    Hudo 22 October 2013 19: 03
    +5
    It was not otherwise in Saudi Arabia and Kataria that democratization smelled, since the coal went to Iran for oil. I would like to warn the Iraqis - always expect trouble from friendship with amers.
    1. catapractic
      catapractic 22 October 2013 22: 16
      +2
      I would like to warn the Iraqis - what kind of Iraqis?
      1. Hudo
        Hudo 22 October 2013 22: 25
        +1
        Quote: cataphractium
        I would like to warn the Iraqis - what kind of Iraqis?


        And the truth is, of course, the Iranians were mistaken! Moreover, the Iraqis themselves are in the know like no other in the justice of what has been said.
    2. igor67
      igor67 22 October 2013 23: 50
      +3
      Quote: Hudo
      It was not otherwise in Saudi Arabia and Kataria that democratization smelled, since the coal went to Iran for oil. I would like to warn the Iraqis - always expect trouble from friendship with amers.

      Saudi Intelligence Announces “Substantial Review” of US Relations

      Photo: Reuters, pool. Pictured: Saudi Arabian military
      The head of Saudi intelligence, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, in a conversation with a number of Western diplomats said that his country would soon “significantly change its foreign policy course” by reviewing its relations with the United States, Reuters reports citing a well-informed source.

      According to Bandar, this decision is caused by the fact that Washington refuses to take into account the interests of Saudi Arabia in the Middle East. In particular, he expressed dissatisfaction with the US inaction in Syria, the inability of the Americans to make progress in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the lack of support for the actions of Riyadh, which suppressed the Shiite uprising in neighboring Bahrain.

      In addition, the Saudi authorities are extremely annoyed by the ongoing process of normalizing relations between the countries of the West and Iran - the main rival of the kingdom in the Persian Gulf.

      An agency source close to the Saudi ruling surname said that a U-turn away from the US would be “really significant,” because Riyadh no longer wants to find itself in situations where it depends on the actions or inaction of the Americans.

      In connection with the new situation, Saudi diplomats have already received orders to sharply limit their contacts with their American colleagues, reducing them to the necessary minimum. In addition, the kingdom has already begun to look for an alternative to the United States as the main partner in the oil sector and the main supplier of weapons for its armed forces.
      1. hommer
        hommer 23 October 2013 01: 19
        +1
        Quote: igor67

        The head of Saudi intelligence, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, in a conversation with a number of Western diplomats said that his country would soon “significantly change its foreign policy course” by reviewing its relations with the United States, Reuters reports citing a well-informed source. The Saudi authorities are extremely annoyed by the ongoing process of normalizing relations between Western countries and Iran - the main rival of the kingdom in the Persian Gulf.
        ... the kingdom has already begun to look for an alternative to the United States as the main partner in the oil sector and the main supplier of weapons for its armed forces.


        Your version has a right to exist. Especially in light of the fact that Qatar also intends to "change shoes", they want to resume diplomatic relations with Syria, you see.
        The question arises - what do we (I mean Russia and its allies) have from this?
        Will the Saudis stop financing terrorists in the CIS? Is it possible that they will buy weapons not from the west? And then who? China or Russia?
        But somehow I can’t believe in the air of harmony performed by these artists.
        But if this is serious, then in the implementation of such a scenario, your state also needs to turn around very quickly, otherwise you will have an Opel with the letter "z".
  3. 31231
    31231 22 October 2013 19: 18
    +4
    El Murid is remembered and Lavrov was "fired" by us. It is strange sometimes to read where he gets his information from.
    1. smile
      smile 22 October 2013 21: 46
      +3
      31231
      From where. where ... sucks. :))) And otkel- I will not say! ... let it be out of the finger. :)))
    2. catapractic
      catapractic 22 October 2013 22: 17
      +1
      dreams probably not otherwise
  4. RMRS
    RMRS 22 October 2013 19: 21
    +4
    And where does the friendship come from? Iran just needs to remove onerous sanctions from itself and continue to crush the region with the new resources.
    1. the polar
      the polar 22 October 2013 20: 07
      +2
      Quote: RMRS
      And where does the friendship come from? Iran just needs to remove onerous sanctions from itself and continue to crush the region with the new resources.

      The lifting of sanctions will not be tomorrow or in a year. Until a full inspection by the IAEA takes place. And Iran needs access to the oil and gas market today. So the next step is for the United States, if they lift the economic blockade in advance. Otherwise, applause can be replaced by more expressive gestures.
    2. Fin
      Fin 22 October 2013 20: 43
      +4
      Quote: RMRS
      And where does the friendship come from? Iran just needs to remove onerous sanctions from itself and continue to crush the region with the new resources.

      Sanctions hit hard on the economy, political and social conditions. The situation will only worsen, and there is not far from the color revolution. The borders with Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, the CA and Qatar across the Gulf do not promise anything good. Obama is in the second term and who will come instead is unknown. Therefore, in a hurry. They will not give up their nuclear weapons, they will freeze the work a little or they have already dragged everything into another bunker. It is necessary to avert the threat from ourselves, which is what they are doing.
      1. RMRS
        RMRS 25 October 2013 14: 34
        0
        but guess what? let's see) Iraq is already slowly crushing Iran, so that Iran will not take the desired role of the regional leader with sanctions. Here the new ruler relies more on the new strategy, because Ahmadi went too far before him.
    3. catapractic
      catapractic 22 October 2013 22: 24
      +2
      Iran will not be friends with anyone; he hates all neighbors including Russia since he himself is planning to recreate the Persian Empire in the future. Iran is a very ancient and self-sufficient culture. It is ready to use us as fellow travelers and temporary allies, it has been and will be like this more than once, but it will never become a friend to us.
      1. RMRS
        RMRS 25 October 2013 19: 30
        0
        and who is talking about friendship? I’m just talking about Iran’s dominance in the region, about those with whom I have friendship with him, I didn’t talk about. And about who he is ready to use and who is ready to use it, this is a question, because Americans leave Afghanistan, leaving the headache of the UEC and Iran.
  5. Algor73
    Algor73 22 October 2013 19: 29
    +3
    From a fierce enemy to allies. Very interesting. It is also interesting how it will end, given the Iranian political mentality. Or Iran simply pulled out a truce in order to establish order within the country, where everything is in full swing.
  6. alone
    alone 22 October 2013 19: 45
    +2
    in Iran, the situation is not so calm as you think. Kurds in the west, Balochis in the east, Arabs of the southeast do not sit quietly. Terrorist attacks occur periodically. Attack on the IRG soldiers is not uncommon. 30% of the population in the north-Azerbaijanis also began to demand the right to education in their own language. yes, and how many Iranians did not speak, they always claimed that the shah was much better than now.
    and then there are the economic sanctions that led to catastrophic consequences. Mad inflation. Many large businessmen are slowly leaving the country with capital. So Iran needs to lift sanctions, so they go to these negotiations.
  7. Ram chandra
    Ram chandra 22 October 2013 19: 46
    +5
    This is a turn! .. It turns out that Russia did not lose by not selling the s-300 to Iran ?!
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 22 October 2013 21: 45
      +3
      Quote: Ram Chandra
      This is a turn! .. It turns out that Russia did not lose by not selling the s-300 to Iran ?!

      I guessed for everyone. Russia emerged as a state that was easy to pressure and did not comply with the treaty.
      And the turnaround is really unexpected, though I wouldn’t push so hard to solve the problem, the Americans will go the other way. We clearly see how the USA refusing to deploy a missile defense system in Poland will easily place it in Romania. It will be approximately the same!
    2. dropout
      dropout 22 October 2013 21: 46
      +3
      I guessed it unambiguously. And given the current situation (when Iran, regardless of its desire) will have to be a deterrent in the region, much less.
  8. Mugs
    Mugs 22 October 2013 19: 48
    +4
    Against this background, I read the headlines: "Qatar proposes to Syria to restore diplomatic relations between the countries," "Saudi Arabia has started talking about curtailing relations with the United States," and I like it. A certain turning point has been passed, I hope everything is going according to the best scenario for us.
  9. Migari
    Migari 22 October 2013 20: 05
    +3
    Another tension node has been unleashed near Russia, thanks to negotiations with compromises, each side has won, but Israel will have to swallow this pill.
  10. WIN969
    WIN969 22 October 2013 20: 13
    +9
    It is not yet possible to answer why Iran and the Yankees resumed diplomatic relations. I recall the glory in my Brzezinski who promised to show Obama how to make Iran fight with Russia. In my opinion, it is wary of such sharp turns.
  11. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 22 October 2013 20: 14
    +9
    As Sukhov said, "The East is a delicate matter for Petrukha." It is clear that the United States is very interested in Iran. Yes, and the dramatically changed policy of Qatar and what happened not so easily with Syria. Everybody says that they have started another round of the political game and here is all the hope that our diplomats and special services would not miss it. I hope ours will analyze the situation well, otherwise everything calms down suspiciously in the east.
  12. Sour
    Sour 22 October 2013 20: 32
    +1
    In the USA, the influence of the Zionist lobby is gradually weakening. Hence their insufficiently rigid policy on Syria, and the desire to negotiate with Iran.
    Indeed, specifically for the United States, Iran has never posed any threat. He posed a threat precisely to Israel.
    Just like Libya and Syria, the United States is not a threat. Iraq, too, did not interfere with the United States, and if it were not for the Israeli lobby, there would be no "desert storm".
    Previously, US policy in the Middle East was dictated by two factors:
    1) The influence of the pro-Israeli lobby.
    2) Reluctance to complicate relations with Saudi Arabia.
    Now more and more these factors are losing their significance. About Israel has already been said. Dependence on US oil imports is also declining, hence less willingness to be friends with the Saudis.
    Because of this, Iran is becoming increasingly indifferent to the United States. However, changes are not ruled out if other forces came to power in the USA.
  13. klavyr
    klavyr 22 October 2013 20: 40
    +1
    Obama's plan is simple and clear - the United States, leaving Afghanistan, releases its forces and at the same time binds Iran and Russia on the Afghan track with the need to confront the Taliban. Therefore, Obama needs a strong Iran capable of simultaneously confronting his opponents in the Central Asian region and in the east in Central Asia.
    why did you enter? what did you want? create the Taliban? well created! and now they don’t know what to do with it? probably know, just don't know how ...
  14. shinobi
    shinobi 22 October 2013 20: 51
    +2
    It seems that the Iranians, having just finished things up, cleaned up the tails. This is the first. Second, most likely they agreed with the Yankees for oil. And the races so "lepsy friends" have become not just a heavy burden, but also deadly. Well, something like that.
  15. Genur
    Genur 22 October 2013 21: 22
    0
    And the wolves are fed and the sheep are whole.
  16. voliador
    voliador 22 October 2013 21: 48
    +1
    Reasoned enough. And if Iran has already done everything that it wanted, then in general everything converges.
  17. Jogan-xnumx
    Jogan-xnumx 22 October 2013 21: 50
    +2
    For some reason, this alignment went ... what The Yankes with their sixes will get rid of Afgan. Will release what kind of forces. The base in Kyrgyzstan has been closed. It’s a mess in Iraq and Egypt, they don’t soon wake up. Qatar suddenly became loyal to Syria, which is hard to believe. With Iran, flirting began. Obama is a lame duck at five minutes, and the Republicans are now, sorry, in the ass, which is fraught with revenge. And with all this, the pi.indos do not remove their AUG from the region. Or am I missing something? Relaxing before hitting? How did Hitler have false motives before the attack on the USSR? Maybe they have already figured out who is Babamka's successor and are preparing? Well, I can't believe that the pi.indos just wore themselves off and calmed down! For a quarter of a century, the borzels have been impudent and impunity, but have they calmed down right now? They just barely managed to cope with their budget, and the military-industrial complex lobby, a ruble for a hundred, requires sacrifices. request
  18. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 22 October 2013 21: 56
    +2
    Quote: Genur
    And the wolves are fed and the sheep are whole.

    I doubt it.
    No matter how you feed a wolf, Americans don’t get fed up.
    Yes, and the Iranians are safe, while on the alert.
  19. wax
    wax 22 October 2013 22: 31
    +1
    There has been a rapprochement between Iran and Russia. Now time is running out - the United States needs to be in time to prevent the legalization of closer relations with Russia. Gingerbread cookies are now needed for this, as the whip was not effective enough for the long-term interests of the states. Or maybe Khamenei’s health problems have been identified?
  20. Russ69
    Russ69 22 October 2013 23: 11
    +2
    Anglo-Saxons began to fuss. Today, England, announced the resumption of diplomatic relations with Iran.
  21. Director
    Director 22 October 2013 23: 42
    0
    This is a serious regrouping of political forces. Obama will now be ordered, like Kennedy.
  22. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 22 October 2013 23: 43
    0
    I think all this revolves around the Syrian issue; lifting economic sanctions from Iran, it (Iran) can be easily manipulated.
  23. igor67
    igor67 22 October 2013 23: 58
    +2
    22.10 12: 26 MIGnews.com
    The United States broke the contract for the supply of UAVs in Turkey

    The Turkish newspaper Taraf reports that the United States has canceled a contract for the supply of 10 Predator drones to the Turkish armed forces.

    Thus, the Turks were "punished" for the fact that the chief of Turkish intelligence, Hakan Fidan, "handed over" a network of 10 Israeli spies to the Iranians.

    The drones were supposed to be delivered in mid-2012, but Congress canceled the deal, in light of the growing cooperation between Iranian and Turkish intelligence services.
  24. Kowalsky
    Kowalsky 23 October 2013 00: 17
    0
    Events around Iran are a clear guideline for Israel. An indication of its place. It is not that the Americans stupidly "threw" their ally (and a headache), they just showed that solving the US problems is more important than solving Israel's problems. It is quite possible that after a not too long period of time Iran itself will again become an ally of the United States, and the latter for Russia will be no worse than the current situation.
    There is another important plus for the Americans. Now it will be possible to significantly reduce the military presence in the region and to save decently. It is difficult to learn this, after decades of living on credit, but they will learn gradually.
  25. BBM
    BBM 23 October 2013 01: 48
    -1
    Article just do full water. And if you look. What could be more profitable than the occupation of Saudi Arabia. Oil is immeasurably more than in the Russian Federation significantly (it is a stone in the garden of those who sleep and see World War 3 unleashed by the United States to conquer Russian oil). The whole army of bullshit is all on American technology - bam and planes do not fly; missiles do not explode + the Saudi family in the kingdom itself is not very fond of. Plus, in the case when the Americans killed Gaddafi’s family of Sauds, they rake up a lot of dough (here, of course, you have to sweat the brush already for 10 thousand, but I believe in America. Democracy will be dealt with). The question is why the show has not yet begun?
  26. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 23 October 2013 02: 56
    +1
    Quote: Kowalsky
    Now it will be possible to significantly reduce the military presence in the region and to save decently.

    Fresh tradition, but even with difficulty I can’t believe it ...
    Whatever happens in the world, the American military presence abroad after the 2nd World War only increases.
    Sometimes the emphasis is shifted, but the military budget ra-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
    They learned this .....
    And does not matter. who is in power Truman. Kennedy, Reagan, .... Even Obama, though reminds a gopher. but looks a hawk.
    1. olviko
      olviko 23 October 2013 09: 48
      0
      I agree . If Iran's interest in rapprochement with the United States is understandable, then what is the interest of the United States and what follows from this? I think the main interests of the United States are to maintain its dominant position in the world and, if not eliminate, then at least weaken its main competitors: China, an economic competitor, and Russia, the only country that, in the event of a conflict, can completely destroy the United States. In addition, as you know, no one is hiding this, part of the American elite is asleep and sees, as it were, finally destroying Russia and grabbing chunks of fatter Siberia and the Far East. One such "well-wisher" of Russia is Zbig Brzezinski, one of the political tycoons behind Obama, who has been among the main puppeteers since at least 2006, when the Bush-Cheney faction lost control of Washington's policy in favor of the Trilateral faction, one of the whose founders were Zbig. Contrary to popular belief, the founding father of al-Qaeda was not the CIA man Osama bin Laden. It was Brzezinski himself who came up with this scheme to lure the Soviet Union into an Afghan trap. Brzezinski is also personally responsible for the current Iranian crisis because he manipulated Jimmy Carter to overthrow the Shah’s regime (which was a strategic ally of Israel) and replaced him with the Anglo-French intelligence man Khomeini. This was also done as part of Zbig's strategy to incite Islamic fundamentalism on Russia's southern flank. As you know, Islamic fundamentalism poses a threat to China as well. That plan with Iran went sideways for America, but this did not make Brzezinski abandon new attempts. For this reason, the campaign against Assad in recent years should be seen as a product of Brzezinski's opponents in the oligarchy. Zbig has said many times that he "does not understand" Obama's policy in Syria. Zbig wants to keep Iran's sphere of influence and use it against Russia. So the recent show at the UN can be understood as an attempt to undermine and intercept the chemical weapons deal with Putin in favor of US-Iranian detente (thereby undermining Russian policy towards Iran). This is the real explanation for Zbig's new big words like "compromise" and "dignity" towards Iran, which he expressed in a recent interview with CBS (you can also follow Zbig's Twitter account to read between the lines of his real intentions). It looks like Zbig wants to replay the Iran card against Russia. Israel and the flooded monarchies at this stage, apparently, are relegated to the background, because they do not contribute to solving the above-mentioned main problems of the United States, and sometimes create unnecessary problems. Of course, this does not mean some kind of decisive break, at the right time the United States can always easily throw Iran in favor of its unsinkable aircraft carrier in the Middle East. Obama is not eternal, and the Jewish lobby in the United States is alive and well.
  27. lex fim
    lex fim 23 October 2013 11: 22
    0
    In my opinion, everything is much simpler! Who needs a country with nuclear weapons and muddy eastern behavior.