The Iranian nuclear issue has been at the core of the International political agenda for decades. The Lausanne agreement tried to put an end to the matter by stipulating a common ground between Iranian and Western interests. The possibility of Iran acquiring the bomb has already been acknowledged, given Iranian interests in the Middle East and its rivalry with Saudi Arabia. With a possible dismantling of the treaties, a nuclear arms race is foreseeable given the interests at stake. Saudi Arabia could be the first one to seek for unconventional capabilities. “Tearing up” the Nuclear Deal would jeopardize the peace processes in the region and put in danger not only the Western World but also the already precarious situation in the area. This report written by Francesco Spanò and published by ASRIE Association in partnership with Notizie Geopolitiche aims at analysing… – continua.