The IAEA & Iran Term Paper by Carly Evans

A term paper on the current state of Iran's nuclear weapons program and its relationship with the IAEA.
# 149448 | 960 words | 1 source | APA | 2011 | US
Published by on Dec 16, 2011 in International Relations (Arms Control)

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This paper looks at the recent history of Iran's nuclear program, its potential development of nuclear weapons and its related connection to the International Atomic Energy Agency, and the resulting reaction and sanctions from international powers.

The 2011 IAEA Reports
The Israel Question
Stricter Sanctions

From the Paper:

"When President Obama came into office in the United States in 2008, his administration began attempts to engage Iran through diplomacy; however, the Iranian government ended up stepping away from talks. The Obama administration had been close to getting Tehran to agree to shipping uranium out of country for enrichment, so that Iran could benefit from and expand their nuclear energy program without potentially developing a weapon. Many in Iran, however, took offense at the notion, claiming that Western powers could not be trusted with the uranium. Later that year, the weapons inspectors working under the auspices of the United Nations released a report many years in the making, revealing that Iran had in fact been pursuing several activities that would lead to the development of a nuclear weapon. This revelation by the IAEA led to renewed discussion over the best political tactic that could be used against Iran moving forward."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • IAEA. (2011, November 8). GOV/2011/65. Retrieved December 2, 2011, from

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The IAEA & Iran (2011, December 16) Retrieved May 17, 2022, from

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"The IAEA & Iran" 16 December 2011. Web. 17 May. 2022. <>