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Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) last week blew the whistle on the administration’s attempt to conceal two side agreements from Congress on the Iran deal, one concerning the International Atomic Energy Agency’s access to Iran’s military sites and the other regarding the disclosure of possible military dimensions of the nuclear program. Both […]

Alleged Iran, IAEA Side-Deal Raises Questions on Nuclear Agreement -Senator

The additional protocol between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Iran, criticized as a side deal to the nuclear agreement, raises concerns over the reliability of negotiations with Tehran, US Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker said in a press conference on Thursday.

Nets Ignore Controversy Swirling Around Secret Side Deals With Iran

Despite the revelation on Wednesday that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) made secret side deals with Iran over nuclear weapons inspections and refused to disclose the details to the U.S. Congress, NBC, ABC, and CBS all ignored the story.

Tom Cotton: Secretary of State John Kerry 'acted like Pontius Pilate'

Really now? Really? Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton blasted the White House on Thursday for its failure to immediately disclose so-called side deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency as part of the negotiations of theShow More Summary

Iran, IAEA Have ‘No Secret Deals’ Amid Iran Nuclear Agreement - State Dep't

Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have no secret agreements between them, State Department spokesperson John Kirby said in a press briefing.

Iran deal at risk: Key senators demand secret annexes

In a written statement released by two prominent Republicans yesterday, we learned: Congressman Mike Pompeo (KS-04) and Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) on Friday had a meeting in Vienna with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), during which the agency conveyed to the lawmakers that two side deals made between the Islamic Republic of Iran and […]

Nuclear Iran: Five Reasons Why the IAEA is up to the Task

With a nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 in place, both supporters and opponents can agree there is a key lynchpin to its successful implementation: the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Before any sanctions can...Show More Summary

The Tools Inspectors Will Use to Catch Iran’s Nuclear Hijinks

Once inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency are in, what will they use to detect any hijinks? The post The Tools Inspectors Will Use to Catch Iran’s Nuclear Hijinks appeared first on WIRED.

Whoa, Someone’s Trying to Attract Women to Nuclear Science

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has a lot of work ahead of it. Which means it needs the best people on the job. Which means (duh) including women. The post Whoa, Someone’s Trying to Attract Women to Nuclear Science appeared first on WIRED.

'Managed Access' to Sites Top Concern in Iran Nuclear Deal - Michael Hayden

Former Director of the National Security Agency and Central Intelligence Agency Michael Hayden says the limitations on the International Atomic Energy Agency’s access to Iran’s military facilities is the most worrying aspect of the new nuclear agreement.

Iran, IAEA Sign Roadmap on Military Aspects of Iran Nuclear Research

Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have signed a roadmap for the clarification of possible military aspects of Iran's past and present nuclear activities, the international nuclear watchdog said Tuesday.

Iranian FM, Russia's IAEA Envoy Discussed Chances of Reaching Nuclear Deal

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Russia's permanent representative at the International Atomic Energy Agency Vladimir Voronkov have discussed the ongoing nuclear talks and the chances for a final deal, a source in the Russian delegation told Sputnik on Saturday.

U.N.: Report On Iran's Atomic Program Possible By Year's End

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International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukio Amano says "with cooperation" from Tehran, a report could be finalized.

IAEA to Report on Military Aspects of Iranian Nuclear Program by Year-end

IAEA Director General said that International Atomic Energy Agency will issue a report assessing the possible military dimension of Iran's controversial nuclear program by the end of 2015.

Iran Ready to Cooperate With IAEA on Possible Military Dimension

According to Iranian deputy foreign minister, Tehran is ready to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on the so-called possible military dimension (PMD) of Iran's nuclear program.

No breakthrough between Iran and U.N. nuclear watchdog after Tehran talks

VIENNA (Reuters) - No breakthrough was reached between the U.N. nuclear watchdog and Iran on unresolved questions around Tehran's nuclear program, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said on Friday after a visit to Tehran.

Obama covers for Iran’s nuclear violations yet again

According to the Associated Press, an International Atomic Energy Agency report finds that Iran only partially complied with its requirements under the Joint Plan of Action (JPOA). You have to read between the lines and the spin, but it is plain that Iran did not complete the oxidation process outlined in the JPOA — and […]

Iran’s President to Meet With Top U.N. Nuclear Official

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President Hassan Rouhani will meet with the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency to try to resolve differences over military site inspections, the Iranian news media said.

IAEA Head to Discuss Remaining P5+1, Iran Differences in Tehran

According to International Atomic Energy Agency, agency’s chief Yukiya Amano will discuss cooperation between the agency and Iran.

IAEA confirms its chief heads to Tehran for meetings on Thursday

VIENNA (Reuters) - The chief of the U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency departs for Tehran on Wednesday for meetings with Iran's president and other senior officials, the IAEA said, as negotiations between Iran and six major headed into a week of overtime.

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