Category Archives: IAEA

What it Means to Miss a Chance

When IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano flew yesterday to Tehran to negotiate a deal with Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Agency, he might have had the hope that his inspectors would get access to the military site … Continue reading

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Parchin Site Finally Sanitized?

It seems so according to recently published and eyeballed satellite images of the site at the Parchin military complex where according to unspecified information by IAEA “member states” Iran has constructed a large explosives containment vessel in which hydrodynamic experiments … Continue reading

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Stretching Its Mandate to the Limit

In further distracting attention from Iran’s obligations as regards its nuclear program, the recent attempt by Herman Naeckerts and his IAEA team of negotiators to gain access to the Parchin military complex 30 km southeast of Tehran just failed again, … Continue reading

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The Expert Who Never Was

Why hasĀ  the notorious November 27 graph published by George Jahn and Associated Press (AP), allegedly proving Iran’s possible military dimensions (PMD) of its nuclear program not been a hoax as several pundits have asserted in the meantime? Israel has … Continue reading

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News from Parchin

Now as roofing two buildings at the Parchin military complex east of Tehran has nearly been completed, we get another chance of having a look from space thanks to David Albright’s Washington think tank ISIS who has kept us up … Continue reading

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