Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nancy Soderberg, says its too soon to tell whether the interim deal reached on Iran's nuclear program is good.
She tells WOKV it's a small step in the right direction.
"The world is less dangerous today with this agreement in place than it was without it."
The six month deal will curb Iran's uranium enrichment in exchange for partial sanctions relief. However, she says Iran will continue to do reprocessing at lower levels, just not the most dangerous levels. She says this could be why World leaders such as Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are criticizing the deal.
"Iran has been on the quest to build a nuclear weapon for decades."
Soderberg says if Iran follows through on the deal it could be a groundbreaking, historic negotiation. But she warns it all depends on whether Iran will hold up their end of the agreement six months from now.