Therefore and in essence, brothers and sisters, what I've noticed here is that the JCPOA amounts to a 10-year "covenant among many" which has never been confirmed. A very near-term foreshadowing of the you-know-who confirmed "covenant among many" of the 70th Week the current JCPOA may well be.
The JCPOA could be unilaterally abrogated by Iran or the U.S. or E.U. or E3 at any time. And the fact here is that Iran has been routinely ignoring specific provisions of the JCPOA as well as the ban on testing of ballistic missiles. So what is to keep the other parties to this accord from initiating the much talked about military option to deprive Iran of its nuclear weapons capability?
At this point and in a single word, nothing.