Information on an Iranian regime strategic secret nuclear enrichment site at Behjatabad-AbyekStrategic Policy Consulting 09 Sep 2010 -- "Today, according to information obtained by Iran 's main opposition, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), we would like to make public for the first time exclusive details on a major top-secret and strategic nuclear enrichment site in the town of Abyek, 120 kilometers west of the Iranian capital, Tehran . The Behjatabad-Abyek nuclear enrichment site is code-named 311, and is near Qazvin."
Full text of President Ahmadinejad's address before UNGAIRNA 26 Sep 2007 -- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran addressed the 62nd session of the UN General Assembly here. Ahmadinejad elaborated on the most important challenges faced by the world today and offered some solutions.
Recognizing Iran as a Strategic Threat: An Intelligence Challenge for the United StatesHouse Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Intelligence Policy Released 23 Aug 2006 -- "This report provides an unclassified assessment of the Iran question to help the American public understand the seriousness of the Iranian threat and to discuss ways U.S. intelligence collection and analysis against Iran must be improved."
Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Report by the Director GeneralInternational Atomic Energy Agency 10 November 2003 -- "This report on safeguards issues in the Islamic Republic of Iran (hereinafter referred to as Iran) responds to paragraph 7 of the Board of Governors' resolution GOV/2003/69 of 12 September 2003. It covers relevant developments from the time of the Director General's visit to Iran on 20 21 February 2003 and Iran's acknowledgement of its centrifuge enrichment programme, but concentrates on the period since his last report (GOV/2003/63 of 23 August 2003). This report begins with the background to the issues in question (Section A) and a chronology of recent events (Section B). Information on the Agency's verification activities is summarized in Section C, organized according to the various technical processes involved (the details of which are set out in Annex 1). Section D provides a summary of the Agency's findings, while Section E sets out its current assessment and next steps. Annexes 2 and 3 to this report contain, respectively, a list of the locations identified to date as relevant to the implementation of safeguards in Iran, and a map showing those locations. Annex 4 is a list of relevant abbreviations and terms used in the text of the report."
Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran Report by the Director General, International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors GOV/2003/63 [Date: 26 August 2003 - Restricted Distribution; For official use only] Item 5 (b) of the provisional agenda (GOV/2003/44) Derestricted 12 September 2003 (This document has been derestricted at the meeting of the Board on 12 September 2003)
Implementation of the NPT safeguards agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Report by the Director GeneralInternational Atomic Energy Agency 06 Jun 2003 -- "At the meeting of the Board of Governors on 17 March 2003, the Director General reported on discussions taking place with the Islamic Republic of Iran (hereinafter referred to as Iran) on a number of safeguards issues that needed to be clarified and actions that needed to be taken with regard to the implementation of the Agreement between Iran and the IAEA for the Application of Safeguards in connection with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (the Safeguards Agreement)1. This report provides further information on the nature of the safeguards issues involved and the actions that need to be taken, and describes developments in this regard since March." [PDF 216 Kb]
Senior U.S. Official Spells out Dual-Track U.S. Policy Toward IranWashington File 02 Aug 2002-- The Bush administration pursues a dual-track policy of opposing Iran's destructive and unacceptable behavior while laying out a positive vision of partnership and support for the Iranian people who are pressing for greater freedom and democracy, Zalmay Khalilzad said in Washington August 2.
Speaking to the graduating class at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, President Bush on 01 June 2002 said "Containment is not possible when unbalanced dictators with weapons of mass destruction can deliver those weapons on missiles or secretly provide them to terrorist allies.... We have our best chance since the rise of the nation state in the 17th century to build a world where the great powers compete in peace instead of prepare for war.... America has, and intends to keep, military strengths beyond challenge, thereby making the destabilizing arms races of other eras pointless, and limiting rivalries to trade and other pursuits of peace."
Biden Offers Five-Step Program For U.S. Policy Toward Iran 22 March 2002 -- The United States should allow non-governmental organizations to support a range of civil society and democracy building activities in Iran; continue to work with Tehran on matters of mutual interest; should go along with Iran's bid to join the World Trade Organization (WTO); should work to "indirectly assist" the Tehran regime in the fields of refugees and anti-narcotics efforts; and should encourage citizen exchanges with Iran, according to Biden.
In his first State of the Union address, President Bush on 29 January 2002 named three countries that he said continue to sponsor terror: North Korea, Iran and Iraq. He called them and their terrorist allies "an axis of evil," and said the price of indifference to them would be "catastrophic." He also warned that the country cannot afford to delay in further responding to the terrorist threat. "Time is not on our side," he said. "I will not wait on events, while dangers gather. I will not stand by, as peril draws closer and closer."