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Still required is a nuclear agreement with Tehran. That is unaffected by protests.

Ellie Geranmayeh: Iran is days away from having enough weapons-grade material for a nuclear bomb. She says the international community is doing nothing to stop it. A revised diplomatic track still represents the most effective pathway forward, she says. The world is headed inexorably for a new nuclear crisis, she writes. Frida Ghitis: The current trajectory is certain to leave the UN nuclear agency, the U.S. and Europe in a near-total blackout on Iran.

It is essential that international bodies officially sound the alarm when any nation’s nuclear program goes unchecked. But this must be coupled with an active diplomatic track to reverse Iran’s nuclear conduct.