Research Analyst Samuel Hickey spoke to Fox News about the current state of Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
“Iran’s stockpile of low-enriched uranium is now twelve times more than what is allowed under the nuclear deal, but fortunately, the U.N.’s atomic inspectors continue to have access to Iran’s nuclear facilities,” said Samuel Hickey, a research analyst at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, who noted that the decision ultimately rests on the top brass. “The reason we know exactly what is going on is because those inspectors are on the ground and in the room.”
So if Iran does boot out the U.N.’s atomic inspectors, he continued, the nuclear deal will effectively be dead.
“However, that is a decision that falls to the Supreme Leader, not the parliamentarians,” Hickey added. Read more