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Apart from now common and frequent reference to Iran being in contrary to UN Security Council resolutions, the latest Iran report of UN nuclear watchdog Yukiya Amano does not state anything new except that environmental samples taken at the Fordow … Continue reading
It might be a paradox when Iran’s announcement of having inserted the first self-fabricated fuel rod for the US-built 40-plus-year-old Tehran Research Reactor (which is supposed to produce nothing but isotopes for medical purposes) must be considered a confidence building … Continue reading
Quarterly reports of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Director General (DG) Yukiya Amano are becoming increasingly strident. In his latest, probably meant alarming, report of September 2, Amano states (under G. Possible Military Dimensions) that, “… the Agency is … Continue reading
Update below. Finally, Tehran has positively responded to a request, or invitation, from Catherine Ashton, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, to revive talks in Vienna on the nuclear issue. The meeting is supposed to be held on November 15-17. Another … Continue reading
The harsher tone of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano’s latest report on Iran’s nuclear activities, as compared to the more diplomatic phrasing of its direct predecessor Mohamed ElBaradei has led to a lot of warmongering … Continue reading