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When I first saw the latest satellite image of April 9 of a suspect building at the Parching military complex where 10 years ago Iran might have conducted illicit experiments using a high-explosive test chamber as reported in the November … Continue reading
Yesterday, IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has submitted his new safeguards report on Iran’s (and Syria’s) nuclear activities. It is now circulated among the 35 members of the IAEA Board of Governors and … Continue reading
The Arak 40-megawatt, heavy-water reactor, Iran’s IR-40, is under construction since 2004 and will likely be operative sometime in 2013. In violating its safeguards obligations of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) of which the country is a signatory, Iran had … Continue reading
Somewhat surprised by North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Il proud announcement of a (this time probably) successful test of a nuclear bomb, the Obama administration’s main concern still seems to be Iran’s nuclear program. The Committee on Foreign Relations of the … Continue reading