Saturday, 24 August, 2019

Obstruction at the Time of Nuclear Talks

By: Mansour Afrasiabi 

The recent obstruction of United States and P5+1 may be considered as the influence of Israeli lobbies because it is done when there has been hope of making a nuclear deal between both sides. After the call of Kerry and Obama, the gap in the political positions of P5+1 has got more obvious. AIPAC has recently published an article mentioning 5 requirements for a good deal. These five requirements are stated in the following:

  1. Unlimited access to missile sites (INSPECTIONS AND VERIFICATION)
  2. Iran’s R&D limited to more than 10 years. (DURATION)
  3. Transparency of military dimensions (POSSIBLE MILITARY DIMENSIONS)
  4. Dismantlement of all nuclear infrastructures (DISMANTLEMENT)
  5. Gradual termination of sanctions (SANCTIONS)

It seems that all these abovementioned requirements recognized as the key factor in the derailment of nuclear talks. As Dr. Zarif said: “change horse in the middle of stream”, indicates that western negotiators are under the influence of Israeli lobbies.

It is conspicuous that Iran has issued its ultimatum. There is no country in the world which stays inactive about its development program and has a look at other countries; consequently, Iran is not excluded.

Since the continual of sanctions can bring inhumane limitations for Iranians but such limitations cannot weaken Iran’s development and progress. There is a phrase in Islamic and Iranian culture, signifying that problems and difficulties would flourish and thrive the individual and the society. Such a phrase is available in the western countries. The phrase “grit” is very familiar to psychologists as well as research centers. Angela Duckworth, researcher of Pennsylvania University, believed that grit is a positive, non-cognitive trait based on an individual’s passion for a particular long-term goal or endstate, coupled with a powerful motivation to achieve their respective objective.

Anyway, it is better for the world communities not to obstruct the cooperative and constructive talks with Islamic Republic of Iran. This is clear that if nuclear talks defeated, differences and gaps among P5+1 countries would get more apparent. They would not link their own interests with Israeli lobbies forever. P5+1 countries may comply with Iran’s terms and conditions at that day.

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