The probability and timing of a military strike against Iran have produced an unprecedented amount of literature and speculation. But the line the West has drawn for Iran's nuclear ambitions is obvious and gives away the date of a strike.
Since the first day Iran announced its intentions to enrich uranium for peaceful civilian use, which can be also used in the making of nuclear bombs, the West has been divided into two.
The first camp, led mainly by diplomats of the European Union, believes that it is possible to diffuse the standoff with Iran through talks. A majority of European governments believe that should the West give Iran enough incentives, including shipments of uranium, economic aid packages and some regional hegemony, Tehran would stop its domestic enrichment.