Iran appears to be enriching uranium on a far larger scale than before, a finding that may affect effort by diplomats to stem Tehran?s program.
Inspectors for the International Atomic Energy Agency have concluded that Iran is starting to enrich uranium on a much larger scale after solving key technical problems in that process, The New York Times reported on Monday.
Diplomacy: Talking with the terrorist-supporting regime of Iran, we believe, is a fool's errand. Little good can come of it, other than a sense of enhanced prestige and self-esteem for the murderous mullahs in Tehran.
Inspectors for the International Atomic Energy Agency have concluded that Iran appears to be enriching uranium on a far larger scale than before. The findings may change the calculus of diplomacy in Europe and in Washington.
Iran appears to have solved most of its technological problems and is now beginning to enrich uranium on a far larger scale than before, officials say.
The United States insisted Monday that planned talks with Iran over Iraqi security did not presage a retreat from a three-decade-old US policy to isolate the Islamic republic.
May 14 (Bloomberg) -- President George W. Bush approved direct U.S. talks with Iran, a country he denounced in 2002 as part of the ``axis of evil,'' in an effort to quell the violence in Iraq.
EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said Monday that he expected to hold new talks with Iran's top nuclear negotiator on the Islamic republic's nuclear programme at the end of May.
The U.S. and Iran said Sunday they will hold upcoming talks in Baghdad about improving Iraq's security — a historic political turnabout for the two countries with the most influence over Iraq's future.
Iran's hard-line president stepped up efforts Monday to pry Gulf countries from their strong U.S. alliance, urging them to push out the American military from bases in the region.