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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

IAEA findings on Iran dismissed


Alt Tv/Fleet FM Breakfast News Comment
IAEA findings on Iran dismissed
France and the US have dismissed a finding by the head of the UN's nuclear watchdog Mohammed ElBaradei that there is no evidence of Iran building a bomb. French Defence Minister Herve Morin challenged Iran to allow UN inspectors unlimited access to sites. The US said Iran's efforts to enrich uranium rather than import it more cheaply, indicated that it really wanted nuclear weapons. Mr ElBaradei said on Sunday that Tehran was years away from developing a bomb. Does it concern everyone else that France and the US simply dismissed the findings from the agency responsible for deciding if Iran is breaching their obligations? Haven’t we seen all this with Hans Blix before? Are we all getting a little nervous that Bush is just nuts enough to bomb Iran, the ramifications of which could lead to an all out war in the Middle East?

3 Comments:

At 31/10/07 10:16 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Chris,

Unfortunately I am not able to answer your enquiry, so I am forwarding
it to a staff member of the Examinations Office.

Kind regards,

Lauren.

Lauren Tooker
Co-ordinating Tutor, Politics 107
Department of Political Studies
The University of Auckland
Room G05, 9 Grafton Road
Auckland
Email: l.tooker@auckland.ac.nz

To: Lauren Tooker
Subject: DO I GET A REFUND IF I CANNOT SIT MY EXAM BECAUSE I'M
TRESPASSED?


WHEN IS THE EXAM ANYWAY?

 
At 31/10/07 11:16 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

We've also seen the IAEA make the same pronouncement about North Korea right before they actually tested a bomb.

 
At 1/11/07 9:20 p.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah it's highly probable that the U.S. will attack Iran. But Bush being the one to start it? Their elections are next year and they still have some more demonizing and fear mongering to do. By that time it'll be Obama or Hillary running the country to once again prove that a coin only has one side.

MAX POWER

 

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