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  1. A Lesson From Iraq: Work Together Against Proliferation

    Late last month, Britain, France and Germany rose in unison, flexed their muscles, and rammed a vote through the International Atomic Energy Agency condemning Iran for its nuclear transgressions. This forceful action by the "Euro 3" was a distin ...

  2. Iran: Time for Red Lines?

    Iran has just announced plans to triple its production of uranium enriched to the level used in research reactors. This step may seem merely technical to the average person, but it has vast implications. Once accomplished, this feat will elevate Iran to a ...

  3. Iran's Nuclear Web

    International inspectors confirmed this month that Iran is equipping its uranium enrichment plant at Natanz, a step that brings it closer to building an atomic bomb and brashly defies a United Nations resolution passed in December. So it might seem like g ...

  4. What We Still Need to Know About Nuclear Iran

    In May 25 in Geneva, Iran backed away from its threat to resume its uranium enrichment effort, which many countries believe will lead to a nuclear weapon. In return, Britain, France and Germany agreed not to ask the United Nations to punish Iran for its p ...

  5. Getting the Facts Right on Iran

    "Facts matter." That's what Vice President Joe Biden said during the portion of last night's debate with Congressman Paul Ryan that related to Iran. Facts especially matter when discussing what the debate's moderator called the bi ...

  6. Where Lies Iran's Nuclear Threat?

    June 20, 2012 Articles and Reports Nuclear A third round of nuclear talks with Iran in as many months ended yesterday with the same disappointing result: no progress. After two days of negotiations in Moscow, Iran was still adamant in rejecting a call to ...

  7. Illicit Chinese Exports to Iran

    Yesterday, prosecutors in New York revealed that during the past three years, a Chinese firm sold Iran materials useful for making nuclear weapons and long-range missiles. The revelations were the product of an extensive investigation into suspicious tran ...

  8. Nuclear Cheating: A Well-Worn Path

    Is Iran Following in Iraq's Footsteps? July 22, 2005 Articles and Reports Nuclear In a news conference following his victory in June, Iranian president-elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad promised to continue Iran's nuclear program, saying that the countr ...

  9. Treasury Hammers Iranian Shipper

    The U.S. Treasury Department this week extended sanctions against Iran's national shipping company, the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL)- blacklisting 37 front companies and five individuals that have helped IRISL evade U.S. sanctions. ...

  10. Russia's Sweetheart Deal for Iran

    Finally, we are told, there is a breakthrough in the Iranian nuclear crisis: the Bush administration and its European allies have persuaded Russia and China to vote, at tomorrow's meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency, to send Iran's ...

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