Iran's Nuclear Policy and the IAEA: An Evaluation of Program 93+2

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The global arms control community was severely shaken in the early 1990s by the belated discovery that two signatories to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear WeaponsIraq and North Koreapossessed advanced clandestine nuclear weapons programs. In response to these challenges and to enhance its inspections capability, the International Atomic Energy Agency adopted a strengthened safeguards regime known as Program 93+2.

Iran's Nuclear Policy and the IAEA: An Evaluation of Program 93+2 2004, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780944029794

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