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Bruno Pellaud

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Iran Invites Israeli Bombers to Visit its Nuclear Facilities

(31) Comments | Posted February 22, 2010 | 6:29 AM

Signals from Tehran and the recent IAEA report on the country's nuclear activities provide unmistakable clues that the Iranian government may welcome a limited bombing of its nuclear facilities. This in order to unleash a patriotic swell bound to bolster the Ahmadinejad regime. The IAEA report issued on 18 February...

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One Last Option for Securing Iranian Enriched Uranium

(17) Comments | Posted October 27, 2009 | 5:28 PM

The Iranian Government is about to refuse the proposal to ship 75% of its stock of low-enriched uranium to Russia before the end of the year. Instead, it will offer shipment in small batches. This is unacceptable. The Geneva and Vienna talks focused on the expectation that most of the...

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Major Breakthrough on the Iranian Nuclear Issue

(40) Comments | Posted October 2, 2009 | 5:01 AM

Surprisingly, besides agreeing on further meetings before the end of the month, the "Geneva Talks 2" resulted yesterday in a significant step forward, namely the storage abroad of most low-enriched uranium (LEU) produced so far by the Iranian centrifuges. The Obama negotiating team had the foresight to ask Iran to...

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The Coming Botched Nuclear Negotiations with Iran

(41) Comments | Posted September 29, 2009 | 5:26 AM

The current Indian Summer over the Lake of Geneva will not ensure a smooth launching next Thursday of the international negotiations about the Iranian nuclear program. Too many participants have decided to make them fail. Provocation and contempt, threats and sanctions without underlying negotiable proposals, an Orwellian stage pitting the...

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