"Based on the current trajectory of Iran's nuclear program, we assume that Tehran could achieve his desired result, by mid 2014," — said in a report. Scientists have advised Obama: "The President of the United States should make clear that use military force to destroy Iran's nuclear program if Tehran would further decisive steps towards a nuclear bomb," Itar-Tass quoted the 154-page report, "The U.S. strategy for changing non-proliferation in the Middle the East. "
According to one of the authors of the document — David Albright, head of the Research Institute for Science and International Security, Iran will have enough time for that, by that date, or build a secret uranium enrichment facility, or significantly increase the number of centrifuges for its nuclear program. According to Albright, at the moment, Iran is unlikely to have such a secret site, "but there are real fears that it could be built."
The report, among other things, provides guidance on what the United States and its allies should strengthen sanctions to pressure Iran to obtain the "critical point", because as soon as Tehran can get enough highly enriched uranium, it will be "much harder to stop the military program by. "
The U.S. government should announce its intention to impose a "de facto international embargo on all trade and investment with Iran if Tehran does not comply with UN Security Council resolutions."
However, while great strides in economic isolation of Iran have made the conservative defenders of the United States. The group United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) stripped top Iranian society an opportunity to buy premium cars. And in the near future, expect to UANI entirely cut off Iran from the global automotive market.
The campaign started in October last year, when the chief ambassador Mark Wallace organizations held a press conference in front of the doors interior Maserati of Manhattan, and began to condemn the Italians for their cooperation with Iran. In the Maserati they finally said they turned all the negotiations with the Iranian company Arta Group, which wanted to make an importer, and forbade her to use her name.
Lamborghini also reported that stops "all negotiations and possible co-operation in relation to any kind of activity in Iran," said versii.com.
Then UANI has ensured that Iran ceased official deliveries of cars Porsche, Hyundai and Kia. Promise not to sell cars to Iran was also obtained from a group of Fiat, depriving the Iranian market, not only budget car, but the Ferrari.