An Assessment of Iran’s Nuclear Capabilities

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An Assessment of Iran's Nuclear Capabilities
Introduction
As the international community has sought with increasing urgency to attain conclusive proof that Iran is developing nuclear weapons capabilities, the Iranian government has constantly denied that it has any intention of developing a nuclear weapon program and has always insisted that it is simply developing a nuclear power program, which it emphasizes is still in the early stages of development. Multiple sources, however, have produced viable proof that Iran has been purchasing weapons grade uranium, which has no use other than to produce a weapon of mass destruction.
Nuclear experts analyzing the latest report from global atomic inspectors have concluded that Iran has purchased...
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