Preventing a Nuclear-Armed Iran: Will Russia and China Really Help?
Recorded on February 14, 2006
Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium
President Bush, Secretary of State Rice, and German Chancellor
Merkel are among the many voices pointing out that a nuclear-armed
Iran would be a threat to the democratic world. They, along with
other democratic leaders, have insisted that the UN Security
Council must discuss this issue and take action to prevent Iran
from continuing efforts to establish a complete fuel cycle as a
step toward nuclear weapons. But getting Iran on the docket at the
Security Council and getting meaningful action from the Security
Council will depend in large part upon what Russia and China do.
Join us as our distinguished guests examine the multiple aspects of
this growing crisis.