In the shadow of the Israel-Hamas war, Iran intensifies its nuclear program

In the shadow of the Israel-Hamas war, Iran intensifies its nuclear program
In the shadow of the Israel-Hamas war, Iran intensifies its nuclear program

DECRYPTION – While the regime in Tehran has hardened, Westerners are becoming alarmed. The Americans are absent, the Jewish state displays its intransigence and the Europeans have no plan B.

With the discovery of Iran’s military program in 2003, the Persian bomb had become a hot topic in the media and at international meetings. In February 2022, the invasion of Ukraine pushed it off the radar screens. The Hamas pogrom against Israel in October 2023 and the latest report from the IAEA, the International Atomic Energy Agency, brought it back into the news. With a sense of urgency that has probably never been equaled.

The failure of the 2015 agreement, the JCPOA, killed by Iranian violations and by the unilateral withdrawal of Donald Trump in 2018, had restarted the Iranian nuclear program with a vengeance. Since last fall, the regime has been pushing the accelerator pedal hard. To the point that the UN agency denounced at the beginning of June the continuation of the nuclear escalation and the very rapid increase in stocks of enriched uranium. She also regretted the lack of cooperation of the leaders with her services, who, blinded by the loss of knowledge of the program…

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