Editorial, The New York Times | September 9, 2010
Iran’s defiance over its nuclear program has remained a major concern for key international players over the past months. ++ Now, countries like Japan, UAE, and South Korea have also started taking measures to make Iran give up its nuclear ambitions. ++ The IAEA, however, is alarmed over Iran's “slow but steady production of low-enriched uranium”, which if continued would be enough to bulid two nuclear weapons. ++ If Iran is to be stopped, the countries who have recently espoused sanctions on Iran ought to act instantly.