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Getting word is the newsroom now that the Israeli prime minister -- meeting in Canada right now.
-- with the prime minister there is saying the international community should not fall into a trap.
Every new talks with Iran but that's what the president President Obama is essentially.
Asking for advocating some more sanctions and more diplomacy and eventually more talks and we can resolve this issue.
About whether or not Iran goes nuclear both sides agree that Iran cannot do that.
So now what.
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What the goal then with the rise from this point nine.
What do we want to achieve in the region in Halloween best and use our strategy to put our country at the greatest advantage.
The one thing I would say first and foremost is they cannot become a nuclear weapons capable state.
And I say I use that terminology quite consciously -- It's I don't accept the notion there -- nuclear weapons -- the way I mean I mean they cannot be put in the position where they can accumulate fifty bombs worth of material.
Get a next generation of centrifuges.
Accumulate all this nocturnal -- do not -- nuclear test but then be able to confront the world with a fait accompli.
And have that kind of capability meaning nuclear weapons at that point.
We have an interest in seeing if we can work out and understanding -- through diplomacy if possible.
Where in fact they can have civil nuclear power but they cannot have a nuclear weapons capability where they can break out or sneak out of creeped out.
And I think John McCain's argument is in fact about one here because it's -- doesn't stop with Iran if Iran gets nuclear weapons.
The other states in the region very said they will get nuclear weapons the saudis look at nuclear weapons are my five I'm from Pakistan so within a short period of time everybody in the region this -- new GAAP.
And what does that -- that means that the next war on the Middle East Stanford 3000 years there's always another war on the Middle East.
Could -- -- and then the question becomes is military action now going to prevent.
Bigger military action later general -- when he -- well.
-- a threat of military action has to be credible.
And if if we expect to get anything done diplomatically we want out -- left to have a bit of mistaken their hands so be running -- got to believe.
That we would act I think they believe the Israelis what act so I think that's.
That story -- or maybe we can all sit around and talk about and obviously we are headed what convinces them.
Well I'm not sure they're convinced about us you think they'll ever be condensed I think they're I mean well -- -- -- I don't think -- convinced about us -- looks familiar that the authority is they've had their way with us would not to respond awards the awards.
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