Aust china uranium deal very close to collapse, so China offers, but no strings attached” — Paul Pillar
“I’m worried about whether or not the Chinese, especially if they don’t like Iran’s nuclear program, or don’t like Israel’s, are going to want to join NATO.” — Paul Pillar
— Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) also asked, “Is the United States going to be involved in the Middle East if Iran gets nuclear weapons?” The latter statement is a reference to Israel’s controversial nuclear program and the Obama administration’s criticism of Iran’s ongoing nuclear activities.
U.S. Intelligence, by Mike Lillis and David Gergen, October 26, 2015:
“U.S. intelligence officials believe China, as part of a nuclear agreement with Iran, is preparing to mount an elaborate system of covert operations that could bring Iranian nuclear infrastructure to its doorstep in the form of new nuclear reactors and centrifuges.
The United States has long suspected that China has been secretly preparing an overt attack on North Korea, a possibility the Obama administration has considered for some time. The potential capability for the Chinese to deliver a conventional nuclear weapon to North Korea, which would violate U.N. sanctions, would present the most serious threat to its international credibility since China was accused of launching바카라 사이트 a space launch vehicle to test an IC퇴폐 마사지BM during the Cold War.”
— Mike Lillis and David Gergen, “U.S. Has Discovered a New North Korea Threat,” Wall Street Journal, September 18, 2015:
“U.S. Intelligence officials have identified a new North Korean program to build sophisticated nuclear weapons capable of striking targets in the U.S. South. China and Russia are also suspected to have close ties to that program, according to U.S. officials and North Korean defectors.
— Susan Duclos, “China ‘Is Filing an Act of War,’ Warns U.S. Officials,” the Wall Street Journal, January 18, 2016:
“China has filed an official act of war against Washington over a South Korean nuclear reactor project… Chinese officials said this week that the plan was part of a push by the communist nation to establish a regional power center and a base of regional and global influence in the region.”
— David Gergen, “China, North Korea, Iran and the Nuclear North: Nuclear and Nuclear Regula슬롯 머신tory Affairs,” Journal of Intelligence and National Security, December 2014:
“For years, China ha