On July 14, 2015, at Vienna, Austria, world powers - the permanent five members of the United Nations (UN) - China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom (UK), the European Union (EU), the United States (US) and Iran, signed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action - the Iran Nuclear Deal, aimed at nuclear non-proliferation.
The Iran Nuclear Deal was inked with global security and stability as its core. The pact was signed over objections from Israel's Netanyahu, who claimed knowledge of some sinister agenda of Iran. The deal was signed and global security appeared better.
Unfortunately, upon Donald Trump's seating in the White House, Washington, DC, the US decided to back out of the non-proliferation agreement. Other world powers have since sought to salvage the deal and the merits of its likely good to global security.
This week, however, the Trump administration has claimed "indications of a credible threat by the Iranian regime", the Atlantic reported, and as a result, Trump has ordered the deployment of an aircraft carrier and bomber task force to the Middle East region, according to CNN.
Amid international verification that Iran has complied with dimensions of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the future of humanity rests with the absence of conflict and of provocation. Badly inclined men, fallible ideologies, tainted alliances, force, conflicts and their ensuing first and secondary effects are detrimental to the continuity of the peaceful development of the human species.
Therefore, agreements, pacts and diplomacy should be utilized and allowed to work to their fullest extents in order to solicit cooperation and the reign of international peace and stability.