TEHRAN, YJC. -- A report by the Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Federation of American Scientists said diplomacy is the only solution for Iran nuclear program.
The report says that, Iran's atomic work could not simply be ended or "bombed away" and that diplomacy was the only way to keep it peaceful.
The report was written by Ali Vaez of the International Crisis Group and Carnegie's Karim Sadjadpour.
"Given the country's indigenous knowledge and expertise, the only long-term solution for assuring that Iran's nuclear program remains purely peaceful is to find a mutually agreeable diplomatic solution," the report said.