Iran’s Nuclear Enrichment Program
World powers meet this week in Geneva seeking measures, such as increased inspections and curtailing uranium enrichment, to ensure Iran doesn’t build nuclear weapons. Whether Iran has a right to purify the uranium-235 isotope, used to generate atomic power and make nuclear bombs, is at the heart of a dispute.
Published Oct. 14, 2013
Sources: The Nuclear Threat Initiative; International Atomic Energy Agency
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