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Usual suspect David Albright, founder and president of ISIS, the Washington-based think tank Institute of Science and International Security, has been testified against Iran before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on “Reversing Iran’s Nuclear Program: Understanding Iran’s Nuclear Program and … Continue reading
Well, what’s missing in the latest satellite image of the “suspected high explosives test building” at the military site Parchin east of Tehran is actually a nice bow. The building, now covered with pink material, definitely looks like a gift … Continue reading
Talks in Istanbul today between delegates of the the UN Security Council member states plus Germany, and Iran over the latter’s disputed nuclear program are said to have been constructive. After weeks of mixed and highly confusing messages sent out … Continue reading
David Albright and Paul Brannan of the Washington based Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) have allegedly identified, on commercial satellite imagery, a building that inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) wanted to visit on February 21 … Continue reading
Yesterday, inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) had been denied access to Parchin, a controversial military site 30 km southeast of Tehran, had to be expected. Iran has, so far and regrettably, not ratified its Additional Protocol of … Continue reading