Iran Restarts Uranium Conversion

Kerr, Paul
September 2005
Arms Control Today;Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p31
Focuses on the restart of the uranium-conversion facility in Isfahan, Iran in August 2005. Ratification of the nuclear Nonproliferation treaty by Iran; Reason behind the pledge of Iran to the Europeans to suspend all-uranium enrichment and reprocessing activities as defined by the United Nations' International Atomic Energy Agency in October 2003; Terms of the diplomatic agreement between Iran and Europe.


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