Iran's Nuclear Archive

The nuclear archive that stored by Iran for years contradicts assurances it made that “it would never pursue a nuclear weapon” and necessitates that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) “review and act upon” the materials in the archive, United States Ambassador Jackie Wolcott said on Tuesday. Wolcott, the U.S. Ambassador to...

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Iran Nuclear Archive

After months of review, researchers concluded that the Iranian nuclear archive seized by Israel last year is “rich in new information” about the Islamic Republic’s nuclear aspirations and raises doubts about its commitment not to pursue nuclear weapons. The results of the study were published in a paper Monday. The researchers —...

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The chief of Britain’s MI6 intelligence service recently visited Israel to discuss the threat posed by Iran’s nuclear program, The Times of Israel reported Friday. Israel’s Channel 13 reported that Alex Younger, the MI6 chief, arrived in Israel on Monday and met with Yossi Cohen, head of the Mossad, and...

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The recent boasts by Iran’s atomic energy chief mean that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) must ascertain that the Islamic Republic does not have a secret “plutonium pathway to nuclear weapons,” a paper published Tuesday by the Institute for Science and International Security asserted. In widely publicized remarks, Ali Akbar Salehi,...

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Nuclear weapons experts, who have reviewed the Iranian nuclear archive that Israel recovered from a Tehran warehouse, concluded that Iran lied that a uranium mine was under control of its civilian atomic energy agency in a paper published jointly by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and the Institute for Science...

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Satellite images obtained over the summer confirm charges made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in September that Iran had a secret nuclear warehouse in Tehran, a team of weapons inspectors wrote in a paper published Thursday. The paper — authored by David Albright, Olli Heinonen, Frank Pabian, and Andrea...

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The documents recovered by Israeli intelligence from Iran’s hidden nuclear archive show “that Iran conducted far more high explosive tests at the site than previously understood,” according to a paper published on Tuesday by the Institute for Science and International Security. Among the authors of the paper are Ollie Heinonen,...

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Statements from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) show that the nuclear watchdog, charged with monitoring Iran’s compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, will not agree to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call to inspect a previously unknown nuclear warehouse in Tehran, The Jerusalem Post reported Tuesday. Netanyahu, during a dramatic...

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The United States and Israel announced a joint task force to enforce sanctions on Iran, The Jerusalem Post reported Wednesday. In a meeting with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Israeli Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon said, “the sanctions on Iran contribute to removing a threat to Israel’s security and to the security...

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Information contained in the Iranian nuclear archives extracted by Israel in a daring January raid contain more detailed information about the extent of Iran’s nuclear weapons program including specifics “about which international inspectors were unaware,” The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. The Journal report was based on a briefing given...

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