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The IAEA’s Right and Obligation to Inspect Military Facilities in Iran

  Olli Heinonen – FDD Research In order for the nuclear deal with Iran to ensure the “exclusively peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program,” the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) must be able to inspect all necessary locations either in the territory of Iran or under its control elsewhere, including all military …

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The PMD Report – Implications for the Nuclear Deal with Iran

Mark Fitzpatrick (IISS) The much anticipated 2 December report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Iran’s nuclear activities of a possible military dimension (PMD) did not say too much new. More than anything it confirmed the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate on Iran’s nuclear capabilities and intentions. This is …

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IAEA needs money to monitor Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Tuesday it received substantive amounts of information from Iran aimed at quelling concerns its nuclear past had military elements, although it was too early to say whether any of it is new. The nuclear watchdog also warned that it will run out …

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IAEA to discuss its role, money needs under Iran deal on Aug 25

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) meeting later this month will consider how to finance the monitoring of Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers, a crucial step toward an eventual end of sanctions on Tehran. The IAEA has been asked to report on whether Iran is taking the necessary measures …

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Iran’s Rouhani aims to limit nuclear inspections

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday a comprehensive nuclear deal could be delayed if world powers brought new issues into play, and he would not accept a U.N. inspections regime that jeopardized state secrets. Iran is aiming to strike an accord with six powers by June 30 that would …

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