U.S. now sees Iran as pursuing nuclear bomb
The Los Angeles Times / Greg Miller
12-Feb-2009 (2 comments)

Little more than a year after U.S. spy agencies concluded that Iran had halted work on a nuclear weapon, the Obama administration has made it clear that it believes there is no question that Tehran is seeking the bomb.In his news conference this week, President Obama went so far as to describe Iran's "development of a nuclear weapon" before correcting himself to refer to its "pursuit" of weapons capability.As the administration moves toward talks with Iran, Obama appears to be sending a signal that the United States will not be drawn into a debate over Iran's intent."When you're talking about negotiations in Iran, it is dangerous to appear weak or naive," said Joseph Cirincione, a nuclear weapons expert and president of the Ploughshares Fund, an anti-proliferation organization based in Washington.

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Paging IAEA...

by News Goffer on

Has anybody heard anything from IAEA on Iran's nuclear program recently?  Have you noticed how quiet El Baradei has become all of a sudden?  It seems EVERYONE is talking about Iran's nuclear ambitions in detail except for the body responsible for doing so!  Politics and more politics is the name of the game when it comes to Iran and its nuclear program.



He's been talking and talking and talking

by Ostaad on

Here's his latest interview with Newsweek.