International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Uranium enrichment Iran Iran starts enriching uranium at 60% purity in response to IAEA resolution 

Iran has maintained that the IAEA resolution questioning its cooperation with the agency is politically motivated and was adopted under the pressure from the US, France, Germany, and the UK

Iran nuclear deal US imposes fresh sanctions on companies allegedly involved in Iranian oil trade  

Efforts to revive the JCPOA were stalled last month after the US failed to respond to the Iranian demand of guarantees against any future withdrawal as well as the termination of an IAEA investigation 

Iran nuclear deal in limbo: Who wins and loses?

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News explains why the Iran nuclear deal is not progressing. She talks about how the US and Israel are working together to scuttle the deal at the last moment

Game of nuclear chicken in Zaporozhye

The IAEA’s priority is supposedly nuclear safety, but its priority in Ukraine appears to be to fulfil the selfish political demands of Ukraine and its NATO allies

Iran nuclear deal Iran at crossroads of history

The US expectation is that Iran’s and Russia’s interests as oil-exporting countries will inevitably collide as they scramble for markets

Why peace and disarmament are at the heart of nonalignment

As our world spirals toward nuclear war, there has never been a greater need for a new global balancing, a rejection of great power war, exploitation, and aggression

Daily Round-up | Iran stops goodwill cooperation with IAEA & other stories

In this episode, we take a look at Iran shutting down cameras after a spat with the IAEA, the death of a South African revolutionary, developments in Ecuador and sinking ties between Algeria and Spain