19th International AIDS Conference Convenes In WashingtonOne of Congress’ most prominent foreign policy voices has expressed alarm that Iran is moving towards becoming a military nuclear power like its longtime ally North Korea. In an interview published Friday by the Israeli media outlet Israel Hayom, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said he does not object to Iran having a nuclear energy program, but is “very concerned” about Tehran’s uranium enrichment efforts becoming a path to atomic weapons capability. Fifteen nations with nuclear power programs do not enrich uranium, Graham said.  That’s why I want any deal to come before Congress for our vote and approval. I fear a North Korea outcome,” he added. The South Carolina Republican was referring to the last effort to regulate a rogue state’s nuclear ambitions – the case of the communist regime in North Korea. More