Ambassador Daniel Taub’s Take on Iran Nuclear Capabilities

There are changes and new alliances taking shape between the Middle East and Israel. Daniel Taub talked of the formations saying that they enhanced their bid to counter Iran’s nuclear ambitions. As it is, the aspirations had not been curtailed by the deal between world superpowers and Tehran.

The ambassador through The Independent said that the accord did little to address the threat posed by Iran nuclear development. On the other hand, the deal did nothing to slow the progress of Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon.

Still, while maintaining pressure on its traditional allies, Israel sent a team to Washington, a situation that may rise to radical partnerships that have been previously unimaginable.

Daniel Taub said that Israel was looking towards cooperation between some Sunni countries that had grown concern over the development of nuclear weapons in Iran. Among those nations include the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia.

Tehran said that the radical axis stretches from Tehran on to Gaza, and Israel is hardly alone in the scare. He noted that all the countries needed to do was to rise above their immediate differences and align towards a stronger and more important goal.

On the other hand, it was in Israel interests to foster relationships that would last beyond Iran nuclear development. On the possibility of such relationships, Mr. Taub said that the latest developments in the region allow the countries to make decisions which otherwise, they would not have made. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Wikipedia

He pointed out that the relationship with its western allies was still intact despite the deal that saw some of Iran sanctions lifted after it gave access to UN inspectors and gave guarantees over uranium enrichment. As Mr. Hague had said, the deal marked the first step in making the world safe from nuclear proliferation.

As is the view of Israel, the deal stands not to deter the development of the nuclear warheads, and neither does it slow the progress of its development.

According to Daniel Taub, the agreement leaves out all the aspects of Iran’s Arak plutonium water reactor, the military, and not even a single centrifuge used in the development of the nuclear gets dismantled.

As a result, six months into the deal, Iran will still be in the race of nuclear development. The agreement stands to bring nuclear destruction in later years. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.everipedia.com/editor/dtaub/ and http://www.behance.net/danieltaub

Today, one thing that remains certain is that Israel has other potential allies than with the States regarding the development of nuclear weapons in Iran.