Payam Yazdian (Anchor): IAEA stated that Iran has surpassed enrichment limits stipulated in the JCPOA. And that Iran is not abiding by its commitments and must come into compliance immediately. Does this mean that Europeans are ready to come to the US side about Iran?
Matt Brodsky of Security Studies Group: "The whole point of the strategy from Iran right now.. The pressure that they are putting on the US, is actually, putting pressure on Europe to put pressure on the United States. Europe was a party to the P5 plus 1 negotiations. They are a party to the deal, and would like to see it maintained. The deal itself doesn't work. The IAEA is currently saying that Iran is not in compliance. When frankly the IAEA has been unable to look at any site that Iran has declared not being part of its nuclear program. This should be a big deal to Europe and should be a cause for alarm but we're going to see what happens because this is designed to put pressure on Europe; It seems that Europe is going to draw a red line, but I'm never surprised by what Europe is willing to put up with, in this realm, and well, frankly others."