The Mystery of Iran's Slow Nuclear Pace

Weitz, Richard
March 2011
World Politics Review (19446284);3/8/2011, p5
The article discusses the latest developments in Iran's nuclear power program as of March 2011. It claims that the country's nuclear program is advancing at an slower pace as compared to that of Pakistan and North Korea in spite of the period warnings about the possibility that Iran is already close of having nuclear weapon capability. The opinion of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) on Iran's move is also cited.


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