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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Simpleχity View Post
    Amazing. You can also predict the future.


    Building Fordow underground for protection from Israel is not the problem.

    Hiding it from the IAEA for three years IS the problem.

    Iran created this verification problem all by itself. This is why IAEA inspections must be robust.
    Right, so our governments past dismissal of the IAEA before they finished their work, with an interest in bombing and verifying latter is an indication that it could happen again, you're doing your own fair share of predictions with regards to Iran. As to Furdow, again, secret means................secret.
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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    As to Furdow, again, secret means................secret.
    Exactly. Which is yet another Iranian non-compliance issue.

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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Simpleχity View Post
    Exactly. Which is yet another Iranian non-compliance issue.
    In which case many a country is non compliant regularly. I suppose that you think that no other countries have treaties or agreements that they secretly are in breach of one way or another. Personally, with that freak in Israel holding on to power, I see Iran has every reason expect a preemptive strike from them regardless, since Netanyahu is untrusting of the P5+1 and the IAEA.
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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    In which case many a country is non compliant regularly.
    Name us one country besides Iran that the IAEA reports is in NPT non-compliance.

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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Simpleχity View Post
    Name us one country besides Iran that the IAEA reports is in NPT non-compliance.
    North Korea, Iraq and Libya all were non compliant at one time or another. But I was being general as to non compliance, that being to any number of treaties that governments sign only to covertly non comply. It's not unique to Iraq. But hey, not to worry, congress is in the loop now.
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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    North Korea, Iraq and Libya all were non compliant at one time or another.
    North Korea withdrew from the NPT in 2001. The 2010 5-year UN NPT Review Conference (UN/RevCon) stated both Iraq and Libya are in NPT compliance.

    Yet another fail by you. Iran is currently the only NPT country in non-compliance.

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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    In February, the IAEA's report to the Board stated:

    ...Since the Director General’s previous report, Iran has not provided any explanations that enable the Agency to clarify the two outstanding practical measures. The Agency remains ready to provide Iran with additional questions to facilitate such clarification...

    As previously reported, on several occasions since August 2014 the Agency has invited Iran to propose new practical measures that Iran would implement in the next step of the Framework for Cooperation... Iran has not proposed any new practical measures.


    https://www.iaea.org/sites/default/files/gov2015-15.pdf

    In 2-3 weeks, the IAEA will have an updated report, though it is not certain whether the public release will be delayed a little. Iran's failure to address the two outstanding practical issues will provide additional insight into whether Iran is committed to a peaceful nuclear program and working toward a viable nuclear agreement. News reports since February have provided no indications that Iran has moved to resolve the two issues, so odds probably favor a lack of such resolution. At the same time, Iran has continued to insist on exempting sites from IAEA nuclear inspection, which represents a serious impediment to verifiability.

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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Simpleχity View Post
    North Korea withdrew from the NPT in 2001. The 2010 5-year UN NPT Review Conference (UN/RevCon) stated both Iraq and Libya are in NPT compliance.

    Yet another fail by you. Iran is currently the only NPT country in non-compliance.
    I said that they have been in non compliance, no fail.
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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Quote Originally Posted by donsutherland1 View Post
    In February, the IAEA's report to the Board stated:

    ...Since the Director General’s previous report, Iran has not provided any explanations that enable the Agency to clarify the two outstanding practical measures. The Agency remains ready to provide Iran with additional questions to facilitate such clarification...

    As previously reported, on several occasions since August 2014 the Agency has invited Iran to propose new practical measures that Iran would implement in the next step of the Framework for Cooperation... Iran has not proposed any new practical measures.


    https://www.iaea.org/sites/default/files/gov2015-15.pdf

    In 2-3 weeks, the IAEA will have an updated report, though it is not certain whether the public release will be delayed a little. Iran's failure to address the two outstanding practical issues will provide additional insight into whether Iran is committed to a peaceful nuclear program and working toward a viable nuclear agreement. News reports since February have provided no indications that Iran has moved to resolve the two issues, so odds probably favor a lack of such resolution. At the same time, Iran has continued to insist on exempting sites from IAEA nuclear inspection, which represents a serious impediment to verifiability.
    To the bolded, does that mean that Iran hasn't proposed any new measures? Practical can be in the eye of the beholder.
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    Re: Iran's powerful Guard rejects inspection of military sites

    Chamberlin meets with Hitler then goes back to England with a piece of paper in his hands to displays to the cameras. I just got done using some paper myself and it went where that paper and the deal with Iran should go.

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