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last updated 18-Aug-2020
  News articles, special reports, and research documents related to what we deem is a critical global security issue: nuclear Iran. An ongoing problem to which we are yet to find a solution. What would happen if Israel suddenly decides to attack Iran? The consequences will be devastating and lead to spiral escalation of fuel prices and possibly a regional protracted war.  


Iran joins UN nuclear talks in Geneva. 'We are not here to waste our time, we are serious for real target-oriented negotiations', Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi tells reporters. The Guardian, October 15, 2013: VIDEO

British Supreme Court holds first secret hearing. The justices, asked to overturn a Treasury ban on an Iranian bank operating in the UK, concluded they had no choice but to hear in private a government case relating to Iran's nuclear programme. By Dominic Casciani, BBC News, 2013: TEXT | PICTURE

IAEA urges access to Iran nuclear site. The Vienna-based IAEA has been trying for more than a year to persuade Iran to co-operate with its investigation into suspected atomic bomb research. By James Blitz and Najmeh Bozorgmehr, The Financial Times, March 4, 2013: TEXT

Iran Enters Nuclear Talks in a Freshly Defiant Mood. Iranian officials last week turned down a Western proposal to gradually lift sanctions on trading in gold in return for the closing of a mountain bunker enrichment facility called Fordo. By Thomas Eedbrink, The New York Times, February 25, 2013: TEXT

Energy: Corridor of power: the vulnerable shipping lanes linking Gulf oil production producers with global markets . Fears are rising that Iran’s cornered leadership could block the world’s most critical oil choke point. By Javier Blas, The Financial Times, October 4, 2012: click here (includes map)

Iran Sanctions. U.S. Department of State. Page consolidationg U.S. and international sanctions in response to Iran’s illicit nuclear activities: click here | State Department links | Other U.S. Government Agencies | Iran Sanctions Documents




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