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IAEA Report: Iran Exceeds the Nuclear Deal Limit for a Second Time

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INU -  In an article by Francois Murphy published in Reuters on November 9, he writes that Iran “has exceeded a soft limit on sensitive material set under its nuclear deal with major powers, the U.N. atomic watchdog said on Wednesday, hours after Donald Trump - who has strongly criticized the agreement - won the U.S. presidential election.”

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Iran Deploys Missile Defense to Fordo while Exaggerating Other Military Capabilities

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INU - On Monday, it was reported that the Iranian military had positioned its newly acquired S-300 missile defense system around the scientific facility at Fordo. The heavily fortified location was formerly the site of nuclear enrichment activities, but these were supposed to cease with the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in January.

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Trump Will Certainly Be Able to Overturn the Nuclear Deal With Iran

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INU - In his November 9 article for The Daily Signal, James Phillips, senior research fellow for Middle Eastern affairs at the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, writes that the election of  Donald Trump as U.S. President has disturbed many foreign leaders, but especially those in Iran.

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As Iran Plans to Build Nuclear Plans, Criticism Grows of American Permissiveness

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INU - Last week, opponents of the Obama administration’s diplomacy with Iran found a new focus for their criticism when it was revealed that the White House had given the all-clear to Iranian plans for the construction of two new nuclear power plants. While last summer’s Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ended up allowing Iran to retain a portion of its preexisting nuclear enrichment capability, Western policymakers with a more hardline track record on Iran had hoped that the Islamic Republic would be forced to give up the entirety of its nuclear program, not just those aspects or quantities that designate the immediate danger of a nuclear weapon.

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Iran continues to enrich uranium.

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INU - During the US vice-presidential debate on Tuesday, Tim Kaine stated that Iran’s nuclear weapons programme had been completely eradicated following the nuclear deal, which is simply not true.

Kaine said: “Under Secretary Clinton’s leadership… [the United States] worked a tough negotiation with nations around the world to eliminate the Iranian nuclear weapons program without firing a shot.”

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Pentagon: Iran Improving Missile Technology After Nuclear Deal

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According to an unclassified summary from a Pentagon assessment of Iran’s military prowess, Iran has not only  been improving its digital technology, but has developed advanced ballistic missiles, as reported by Bloomberg.com. This, after signing an accord last year to curb its nuclear program, the U.S. Defense Department said.  Iran now has a “substantial inventory of missiles capable of reaching targets throughout the region, including U.S. military bases and Israel.”

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