Iran has responded to the U.N. nuclear watchdog’s proposal to ship Iranian uranium abroad for enriching. But neither the agency nor the Iranian government has made the draft public.
In Ahmadinejad’s most positive comments to date, the leader said, “We welcome cooperation on nuclear fuel, power plants and technology, and we are ready to cooperate.”
To analyze today’s events in Iran, Daljit Dhaliwal spoke with Flynt Leverett, director of the Iran Project at the New America Foundation and a professor at Pennsylvania State.
Leverett examines the details of the Iranian and United States’ proposals for enriching uranium. He also discusses his belief that Iran intends to keep developing its fuel cycle infrastructure.
Even if Iran complies with the UN proposal to ship its uranium overseas, do you think it will still secretly try to develop nuclear weapons?
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