The most confusing guessing game in the Middle East right now is if and when Israel will attack Iran's nuclear facilities.
This week Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that he didn't think it would be likely. But the talk of war from Israel has the world on edge.
And there is a stalemate in the so-called last-ditch negotiations between the United States and its allies with Iran.
Contrast this with events fifty years ago this October, when the world stood on the brink of an all-out nuclear war. The Soviet Union had moved nuclear weapons into Cuba – just 90 miles off the United States.
Dr. Rajiv Shah tells Christiane Amanpour about his visit to one of the refugee camps for Syrians in Jordan.