Tag Archives: P5+1

Not on Israel’s To-Bomb List

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

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Slowly Stockpiling HEU

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

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Peace Brokers or Megalomaniacs

Highly ineffectual, well, disingenuous, efforts by U.S. President Barack Obama and his administration of engaging Iran even before its disputed presidential election of June 2009 have been seen for some time with growing concern. Iranians were in fact well advised … Continue reading

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Well-prepared Iranians

That the Iranian delegation in Geneva in their long-awaited talks with World powers P5+1 would announce IAEA inspections of its second enrichment facility at Qom, which had been revealed only last week, within a couple of months had been expected. … Continue reading

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Nuclear Qom

When did Iran commence work at the Qom site? The question might be of significance when considering new ‘crippling’ sanctions. Its answer seems to be complicated. In March 2007, Iran withdraw its voluntary adhesion to the so-called modified code 3.1 … Continue reading

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