Middle East

Examining Iran's Revived Nuclear Ambitions

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Iran removed the final seals from equipment at a uranium facility, despite calls for it to continue the suspension of its nuclear program. Talk of the Nation looks at the politics, diplomacy and nuclear ambitions of Iran and Iranians.


Michael Binyon, foreign affairs specialist for The London Times

Mark Gwozdecky, chief spokesman for the International Atomic Energy Agency

Paul Kenyon, BBC investigative reporter

Bahman Baktiari, professor of international relations at the University of Maine and a specialist in Iranian politics



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