In Geneva, the P5 + 1 Countries, consisting of the United States, Russia, China, The United Kingdom, France, and Germany, orchestrate the negotiation of an agreement regarding Iran’s nuclear program. The agreement does not require Iran to give up all nuclear capabilities, however, it does require them to either destroy, or dilute enriched uranium that is powerful enough for weapons applications. Great international debate ensues about whether Iran will adhere to limiting their nuclear program. Pending the outcome of Iranian compliance, the US does not impose more crippling sanctions to the Iranian regime.