I'd feel better if John Kerry hadn't been so loose with the sanctions. No matter what he says, they cannot be "snapped" back in place should Iran renege on the agreement. Sanctions were our ace in the hole, not war as the administration would like us to believe.
I wished I trusted Obama and Kerry but I do not. If, however, Iran's feet can be effectively held to the fire it will be good but only to a certain extent. I'm sure when the announcement about the completion of the framework phase hit the airwaves every Arab country in the region put Pakistan on speed dial if they weren't already there.
Not only is the United States not trusted, those in the region are smart enough not to trust Iran either. Therefore there will undoubtedly by an arms race with Pakistan and North Korea obliging. It's difficult to believe but if the war escalates it's likely to be bloodier and more devastating than the current war. It will be Shia against Sunni and neither are particularly interested in any niceties of civilized warfare. Such as they are.
I cannot help but wonder why Iran's aggressive behavior hasn't been made part of the deal. As is they have carte blanche to continue with their march to take over the middle east and to ultimately destroy both Israel and the U.S.
Unfortunately the original premise of preventing Iran from ever developing a bomb has been negated. It's one more example of red lines being erased by this administration.
I hope I'm wrong in all of my summations. I really do. It's just that the personal ambitions of both Kerry and Obama overshadow what most people who know the region and the disposition of the involved countries warn against. I can't help but believe the many are more knowing than the two.
Time will tell. An uneasy time at that.