2014 Security Briefing : The Iran Nuclear Threat Paradox, a peaceful nuclear program?

The Iran Nuclear Threat Paradox, a Peaceful nuclear program? The Iranian Nuclear Dilemma, going in circles  by Stephen E Hughes Association of Geo-Strategic Analysis 

To date, the UN Security Council has adopted six resolutions in response to Iran’s nuclear program. The council first demanded that Iran suspend its uraniumenrichment-related and reprocessing activities with the adoption of resolution 1696 in July 2006. Developments in Iran‘s ballistic missile program have been prohibited under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1929 since June 2010 (UN Security Council, 2010). However, Islamic Republic has continued to undertake research, development, and testing activities. The Islamic Republic has modified the warhead of its Shahab-3 variants in ways that would make it easier to mount a nuclear weapon. The IAEA reports for May 24, 2011 noted seven major areas of concern that covered every major aspect of a nuclear-armed missile program. The 2011 IAEA report stated there is “credible” evidence that “Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device. download full report at

19 Jan 2014

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spent 13 years with the U.S. Army, half of that time was spent overseas, now retired. Author of several books.