Tag Archives: uranium enrichment

An Upcoming War in the Middle East?

According to a recent study presented by the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), a Washington D.C.-based, bipartisan foreign policy think tank, “[T]here is a suspicion in the West that Iran wants to start an open ended dialog and negotiations … Continue reading

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Nuclear Iran

The unclassified part of Director of U.S. National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair’s report for the Senate Select Committee of Intelligence does not present anything new about Iran, nothing which has not been known so far. Of course, it mentions the new enrichment … Continue reading

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Tunnels

In another pretty provocative (after last month’s demand for ‘bombing Iran’ by Alan J. Kuperman) and, I suppose intentionally meant, alarming New York Times op-ed William J. Broad assumes that, over the years, Iran had largely expanded a tunnel system, thus enabling … Continue reading

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Dealing with Iran

Earlier this month Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili and his delegation had suggested, in the long-awaited Geneva talks, an unexpected deal with the West regarding shipping much of its so far produced stockpile of low-enriched uranium (LEU) to Russia for … Continue reading

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Resuming the Talks

When on Monday next week delegations of Iran and world powers resume their talks in Vienna, the previous three weeks have seen much clarification already. Iran’s offer (or request) to further enrich most of its 1500 kg of 3.5% or … Continue reading

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