"[W]hen Obama announced that "Iran is breaking rules that all nations must follow", he is technically and legally wrong. . . . The need to create a mechanism of economic survival in the face of the real threat of either US or Israeli military action is probably the most likely explanation behind the Qom facility. Iran's declaration of this facility to the IAEA, which predates Obama's announcement by several days, is probably a recognition on the part of Iran that this duplication of effort is no longer representative of sound policy on its part. In any event, the facility is now out of the shadows, and will soon be subjected to a vast range of IAEA inspections, making any speculation about Iran's nuclear intentions moot," - Scott Ritter, urging skepticism of some of the maximalist claims about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
After Iraq, it seems to me important not to jump to any conclusions.
(Hat tip: Greenwald.)