Iran began dismantling centrifuges to comply with its obligations under the July 14 nuclear deal, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The Iran nuclear deal provides an unprecedented opportunity for progress toward a Middle Eastern nuclear-weapon-free zone over the next decade.
The Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released...
Iran and six world powers formally adopted their July 14 nuclear deal last month and began taking steps to implement the agreement.
The historic nuclear nonproliferation agreement struck on July 14 between Iran and six world powers is moving forward.
Congress failed to pass a resolution that would have blocked U.S. implementation of a nuclear agreement that the United States and its negotiating partners reached with Iran in July.
By blocking Iran’s nuclear weapons pathways, the JCPOA should reduce the incentive of other states in the region to pursue their own nuclear fuel-making programs.