Nuclear Standoff

Ansari, Ali M.
November 2003
World Today;Nov2003, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p7
Reports that the discovery by inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency of particles of enriched uranium at a nuclear plant in Natanz, Iran, has created widespread international concern that Iran may be in breach of its obligations under the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Discussion of a number of inconsistencies in Iran's account of its nuclear program.


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