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Low Enriched Uranium Bank Officially Operational in Kazakhstan
October 29, 2019

Low Enriched Uranium Bank Officially Operational in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
With its first delivery of LEU from France, the IAEA-owned and operated bank is officially operational.

Time for Global Action Against Radiological Threats
June 09, 2018

Time for Global Action Against Radiological Threats

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
It’s time for greater efforts to confront this challenge.
Is a Nuclear Freeze an Option for North Korea?
November 19, 2016

Is a Nuclear Freeze an Option for North Korea?

By Hyuk Kim
Lessons from the Agreed Framework show the International Atomic Energy Agency must play a key role in any deal.

Why the Nuclear Security Summit Alone Won't Stop Nuclear Terrorism
April 12, 2016

Why the Nuclear Security Summit Alone Won't Stop Nuclear Terrorism

By Mariah A.V. Hays and Hannah E. Haegeland
The Nuclear Security Summit process has its limits; fortunately, the IAEA is well-positioned to address them.

It's Official: Nuclear-Related Sanctions Are Lifted on Iran, Nuclear Deal Implemented
January 17, 2016

It's Official: Nuclear-Related Sanctions Are Lifted on Iran, Nuclear Deal Implemented

By Ankit Panda
With the IAEA certifying Iran's compliance with technical constraints on its nuclear program, the nuclear deal is implemented.

Iran Deal Update: 11,000 Kilograms of Enriched Uranium Leave Iran for Russia
December 29, 2015

Iran Deal Update: 11,000 Kilograms of Enriched Uranium Leave Iran for Russia

By Ankit Panda
Iran has complied with a major requirement of the July 2015 nuclear deal and shipped thousands of kilograms of uranium out of the country.

Japan’s Yucca Mountain: Nuclear Reboot Raises Questions on Waste Storage
August 10, 2015

Japan’s Yucca Mountain: Nuclear Reboot Raises Questions on Waste Storage

By Logan Pettinato
The restart of Sendai 1 is nearly complete, but uncertainty looms over Japan’s disposal strategy for fresh nuclear waste.
India to Open Nuclear Program to Greater IAEA Scrutiny
June 24, 2014

India to Open Nuclear Program to Greater IAEA Scrutiny

By Ankit Panda
India will sign an additional protocol allowing the IAEA greater oversight over its civil nuclear program.

Iran Cooperates On Interim Nuclear Deal, Uranium Stockpiles Down
February 22, 2014

Iran Cooperates On Interim Nuclear Deal, Uranium Stockpiles Down

By Ankit Panda
The latest IAEA Director's report confirms that Iran is following up on commitment made in the interim nuclear deal.

Iran Nuclear Chief: Arak Reactor May Be Modified
February 06, 2014

Iran Nuclear Chief: Arak Reactor May Be Modified

By Ankit Panda
Ali Akbar Salehi indicated in an interview that Iran might be willing to convert Arak to a light-water facility.

The Iran Nuclear Deal: As Seen From Asia
November 26, 2013

The Iran Nuclear Deal: As Seen From Asia

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
For agreeing to a six month nuclear freeze, Iran is getting 36 days of sanctions relief.
China May Lead Nuclear Inspections in Iran
November 16, 2013

China May Lead Nuclear Inspections in Iran

Newsweek says Beijing has agreed to have Chinese nationals lead IAEA inspections of Iran’s nuclear sites.

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