Archives for posts with tag: IAEA

Belgium EU Iran Nuclear
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
The real leverage in favor of a deal now is that the US’s European/NATO allies may no longer be prepared to continue with sanctions & certainly are not inclined toward any military response to Iran.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ambassador-muhamed-sacirbey/iran-nuclear-deal-pits-us-congress-versus-us-allies_b_7004544.html

Horrific Human & Environmental Threats, UN Urges Global Ban on Nuclear Tests

“Today, 183 countries signed the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty. 159 have ratified it. 8 States whose ratifications are necessary for Treaty to enter into force have a special responsibility: China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Egypt, India, Iran, Israel, Pakistan & United States.”

Blog Report: CROSSING “RED LINES” ON IRAN & PALESTINE PEACE? By, Ambassador Mo
Israel’s Prime Minister used visual props to demand UNSC draw a “red line” below which Iran’s Government would not be allowed to cross in alleged development of nuclear weapons. Much of world though is also anxious about lack of resolution to Israel/Palestine divide viewing Netanyahu’s Government as at best being tardy & worst at having crossed at least one red line in undermining “Two-State Solution”.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/crossing-red-lines-on-iran-palestine-peace/56523Image

Blog Report: IS JAPAN’S NUCLEAR ENERGY PLANT SAFE? By Ambassador Mo
“Remarkably undamaged” is the description of the nuclear plant closest to the epicentre of the March 2011 earthquake/tsunami that struck Japan, according to a report delivered today by the United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA. This is not the Fukushima plant though that was heavily damaged and leaked radiation into the ground, sea and air. –MORE–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/is-japans-nuclear-energy-plant-safe/55535Image

Blog Report: IRAN NUCLEAR CAT & WORM GAME? By Ambassador Mo
“Disappointing” is how IAEA (International Atomic Energy  Agency) characterized results of talks with Iran regarding inspections related to its nuclear program. It appears though more to be a continuation of a cat & mouse game. –MORE–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/iran-nuclear-cat-worm-game/54126Image

Blog Report: WILL IRAN NUCLEAR TALKS SUCCEED? By Ambassador Mo
Depends on your perspective & definition of success. Iran’s regime can probably employ the potential more effectively as a strategic advantage then it could an actual nuclear arsenal. It is somewhat similar to Israel’s strategy of nuclear ambiguity, although the latter actually does posses a nuclear arsenal. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/will-iran-nuclear-talks-succeed/52976Image

Film ReporImaget: FUKUSHIMA – LESSONS LEARNED?
On 26 April 1986, world’s worst nuclear accident occurred in Chernobyl. Watch this film report 26 later from IAEA. The United Nations Atomic Agency (International Atomic Energy Agency) undertook a set of investigations, on-site visits & analysis regarding causes for Fukushima nuclear power plant accident after 2011 Japan earthquake & tsunami. IAEA is responsible for inspecting nuclear facilities around the globe of member states.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/fukushima-lessons-learned/30511