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Iranian Nuclear Deal, Part 2: Past Arms Activity

Today we continue our week-long look at what Iran would need to do for any nuclear agreement to mean anything. The requirement we focus on today is one written about in The Times of Israel by Bradley Klapper – that Iran must be forthcoming about its prior work on nuclear armament:

World powers are prepared to accept a nuclear agreement with Iran that doesn’t immediately answer questions about past atomic weapons work, US and Western officials said. Washington has said such concerns must be resolved in any final deal…

Much of Iran’s alleged work on warheads, delivery systems and detonators predates 2003, when much of Iran’s nuclear activity first came to light. But Western intelligence agencies say they don’t know the extent of Iran’s activities or if Iran persisted in covert efforts. An International Atomic Energy Agency investigation has been foiled for more than a decade by Iranian refusals to allow monitors to visit suspicious sites or interview individuals allegedly involved in secret weapons development…

Tags: Nuclear Weapons , Iran

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