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Iran and North Korea Targeted by American Nuclear Weapons

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Iran’s Uranium Conversion Facilities at Isfahan. Bahrain’s crown prince has claimed that Iran is developing atomic weapons or the capability to do so — the first time an Arab state in the Gulf has openly accused Tehran of lying about its controversial nuclear drive.

Iran and North Korea’s choice for continued negotiations to rid the world of their nuclear ambitions with the United States.

The nuclear warheads resting on ballistic missiles in silos, circling the globe in submarines or carried—sometimes mistakenly—by aircraft hail from an era when the U.S. targeted its largest foe, the U.S.S.R. and, more recently, Russia and China. But a document newly obtained by the Washington, D.C.–based Federation of American Scientists (FAS)—founded by the creators of the original nuclear bomb in 1945 and monitoring the weapons ever since—reveals that in recent years the U.S. target list has expanded to include so-called “regional proliferators,” smaller states seeking to acquire such weapons of mass destruction.

The United States has options but MUST press these rogue regimes to accept peaceful resolution of non-proliferation.

Surrender is NOT an option for America.

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