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IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby FAH1223 » Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:41 pm

Watch the USA-Iran partnership grow covertly

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/08/ ... ce=twitter
(Reuters) - Iran has started taking action to comply with the terms of an extended agreement with six world powers over its disputed atomic activities, a U.N. nuclear watchdog report obtained by Reuters on Wednesday showed.

The findings in a monthly update by the International Atomic Energy Agency - though no major surprise - may be seen as positive by the West ahead of the expected resumption next month of negotiations on ending the decade-old nuclear dispute.

The IAEA document made clear that Iran is continuing to meet its commitments under the interim accord that it reached with the United States, France, Germany, Britain, China and Russia late last year and that took effect in January.

In addition, as agreed when the deal was extended by four months in July, it has begun using some of its higher-grade enriched uranium to produce fuel - a step that experts say would make it more difficult to use the material for any bombs.

The IAEA is tasked with checking that Iran is living up to its part of the agreement, which was designed to buy time for talks on a comprehensive settlement of the standoff that would dispel fears of a new Middle East war.

Iran denies Western allegations that it has been working to develop a capability to make atomic bombs, saying it is refining uranium to fuel a planned network of nuclear power plants.

After years of escalating tension between Iran and the West, the election in mid-2013 of Hassan Rouhani, a pragmatist, as Iranian president on a platform of ending Tehran's international isolation created new room for diplomacy that ultimately led to last year's breakthrough nuclear deal.

The initial aim was for Iran and the six powers to reach a long-term agreement by a self-imposed July 20 deadline.

But the talks and the interim deal were extended until Nov. 24 in view of persistently wide differences over the permissible future scope of Iran's uranium enrichment program, activity which can have both civilian and military purposes.


"BIG STEP FORWARD"

Under the preliminary accord, Iran halted its most contested nuclear work - enrichment of uranium to a higher fissile concentration of 20 percent - in exchange for a limited easing of sanctions that are hurting its oil-dependent economy. It also converted its stockpile of the material into oxide from gas.

Over the four months of the deal's extension, Iran is to receive $2.8 billion in previously frozen oil revenue held in banks abroad, in addition to the $4.2 billion it got during the January-July period.

In exchange, it agreed to take some additional nuclear steps, including making nuclear fuel for a research reactor and diluting a large amount of low-enriched uranium.

Wednesday's IAEA report said Iran over the last month had used about 3.5 kg of its 20 percent uranium in oxide form for manufacturing fuel. It also told the IAEA it would dilute more than four tonnes of uranium gas enriched to about two percent.

A senior U.S. official last month described Iran's new commitments under the extended deal as a "big step forward".

Uranium can be used for atomic energy plants, Iran's stated aim, but can also provide material for bombs if processed to a high degree, which the West fears may be the ultimate aim.

The Vienna-based IAEA has inspectors on the ground in Iran who are monitoring its enrichment sites on a daily basis. Its monthly reports on the implementation of the nuclear agreement are issued to its member states and not made public.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby original dervish » Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:47 pm

The Iranians are masters at international geopolitics.
Until recently...Iran was isolated and Russia was taking advantage.
Now the boot is on the other foot.....the Iranians are paying the Russians back big time. :lol:

http://www.informationclearinghouse.inf ... e39446.htm

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby sconosciuto » Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:52 pm

It's more about "the enemy of my enemy is my friend." A temporary alliance, and I wouldn't exclude the US arming Iran (it could use a lot of spare parts for its air force) to face the common enemy.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby ZubeirAwal » Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:55 pm

This is the beginning of what will gradually become a alliance between the US and Iran, I also suspect that Saudi Arabia will be a ally in decline, I smell something brewing.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby FAH1223 » Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:56 pm

The Iranians are masters at international geopolitics.
Until recently...Iran was isolated and Russia was taking advantage.
Now the boot is on the other foot.....the Iranians are paying the Russians back big time. :lol:

http://www.informationclearinghouse.inf ... e39446.htm
Shows you difference between an Iranian and an Arab

Gurey highlighted the Iranians know how to negotiate. They come from a culture that's intricate from the Byzantine Empire and can play the game better than the West.

The Arabs negotiate on good faith. But they lack understanding of the process loopholes and then they get pissed/violent when things inevitably don't go their way.

Pretty telling.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby SecretAgent » Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:03 pm

Iranians ousted the iraqi pm with us support iran us alliance will grow stronger and sanctions will be lifted soon.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby Cherine » Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:42 pm

I imagine the Saudi Arabian monarchy is shitting giant big turds now...full of fear that its isolation is nigh. America's eyes were wandering for a long time...and like an insecure first wife sick with worry they sought to divert their attention by all sorts of means away from the attractive Persian princess....
and looks like it failed. Yikes!

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby FAH1223 » Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:54 pm

I imagine the Saudi Arabian monarchy is shitting giant big turds now...full of fear that its isolation is nigh. America's eyes were wandering for a long time...and like an insecure first wife sick with worry they sought to divert their attention by all sorts of means away from the attractive Persian princess....
and looks like it failed. Yikes!
Don't forget the Israelis probably are feeling the same way

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby Cherine » Wed Aug 20, 2014 4:08 pm

I don't think Israelis have anything to fear, America will always have their back. It's the Saudis who are in deep shit, why do you think they wanted America to be involved in the Syrian conflict? Travelling from country to country to convince others to finance and arm the rebels when they can easily do that with their oil money. The answer is Iran...they wanted to drag the U.S in to a war with Iran.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby original dervish » Wed Aug 20, 2014 4:14 pm

It's long been rumoured the Saudis don't have as much oil as they're making out.
The truth of this will determine the future of the degenerate " princes".

The Americans want to replace Russian gas with Iranian gas, funnelled through their US owned pipelines.

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby saacJabshee » Wed Aug 20, 2014 8:08 pm

I don't think Israelis have anything to fear, America will always have their back. It's the Saudis who are in deep shit, why do you think they wanted America to be involved in the Syrian conflict? Travelling from country to country to convince others to finance and arm the rebels when they can easily do that with their oil money. The answer is Iran...they wanted to drag the U.S in to a war with Iran.
What the Saudi fear the most is shia success in Bahrain, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq. The fear is that Iran might try and destabilize Saudi itself. As far a nuclear weapons Saudi has a deal with Pakistan in the event should Iran successfully acquire nuclear weapons or even is in the final stages of completion, Pakistan will transfer ready nuclear missiles. So it will be interesting to see how it plays out.

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2 ... a_pakistan

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Re: IAEA: Iran meeting terms of nuclear deal

Postby Machiavelli2 » Thu Aug 21, 2014 3:26 am

Are people here reading something else into the articles? Iran has agreed now to comply with the conditions initially set-up by the West during Ahmedinejad presidency. It was agreed Iran's uranium enrichment program not to produce weapons grade plutonium, but only for civilian purposes, such as radio medicine for cancer patients and etc. They also agreed to open up their facilities to be inspected by the IEAE. These were the conditions set for Iran in the first place and the former president Ahmedinejad rejected it and sanctions were imposed on Iran. These sanctions hit hard on the Iranian economy and had a huge impact on food prices and access to medicines. The current president Hassan Rouhani was elected on a platform that he can win some relief. He adopted a different tact than his predecessor and has finally accepted the demands of the Security Council.

As for Obama, all he could offer Iran is a time-limited waiver since the sanctions were imposed by Congress and he isn't capable of lifting them permanently. He promised them to renew the lifting of sanctions on a time-limited basis, half-yearly, as long as Iran commits itself to this new nuclear regime.

Yes, it is a victory for Iran in-terms of achieving the embargoes to be lifted and it is also a victory for their opponents because Iran promises not to produce weapons grade plutonium for military use and has given an unfettered access to its nuclear facilities to be inspected thoroughly and vigorously by the IEAE. The same deal that Ahmedinejad rejected.


Iran is at breaking point under US sanctions – and its leaders feel the heat.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/m ... -programme

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