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Iran's nuclear energy is a matter for the international community. They are concerned whether Iran's plan is peaceful or is an attempt to achieve nuclear bomb. There are diverse opinions on the Iranian atomic energy plan. States and researchers as well, disagree on Iran's development of the atomic energy programs which resulted in a tremendous suspicion whether Iran's plan is peaceful or not. The present book is an attempt to indicate to what extent Iran is a threat for the regional and international community and how it would be possible to regularly, technically and tactically neutralize…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Iran's nuclear energy is a matter for the international community. They are concerned whether Iran's plan is peaceful or is an attempt to achieve nuclear bomb. There are diverse opinions on the Iranian atomic energy plan. States and researchers as well, disagree on Iran's development of the atomic energy programs which resulted in a tremendous suspicion whether Iran's plan is peaceful or not. The present book is an attempt to indicate to what extent Iran is a threat for the regional and international community and how it would be possible to regularly, technically and tactically neutralize Iran's nuclear threat which hasn't had any effective alternative yet. It is quite further development of nuclear program to cease its nuclear activity. The sanctions resulted in noticeable that Iran's nuclear program brought a new concern to the international community. There had to be a novel way to resolve Iran's nuclear activities. Sanction and trust are the words which I utilize them as an option. In this book, harder sanctions and cessation of the manufacture of nuclear weapons is emphasized to convince Iran to stay away from attempt to achieve nuclear bomb.
Autorenporträt
Seyyed Pezjman Mortezayi is an originally Kurdish from Iranian Kurdistan. In 2014 he has got master degree of Political Science, specialization in International Relations at the University of Amsterdam (UVA). He is political refugee since 1999 in Netherland.