Russian Perspective Regarding Iran Nuclear Testing

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Russian Perspective Regarding Iran Nuclear Testing
1. Background
1.1 Identification of the Contentious Issue
The war resulting from the increased tension between Iran and Afghanistan, ultimately causing the death of several Iranian diplomats, have caused increased uncertainty over the intentions of Iran among the international community. According to Afghan newspapers prior to the war, Iran was allegedly supporting Tehran rebel groups in efforts to evacuate the United States from its borders. Religious tension between Shiite Muslims of Iran and Sunni Muslims of Afghanistan have contributed to the increased volatility within Iran in recent years.
Recent reports suggest that Iran has begun its first attempt at nuclear testing, which have...
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