The IAEA Board of Governors approved a resolution calling on Iran to provide more information about its past nuclear activities.
Tehran has enriched and stored more reactor-grade uranium while allowing the IAEA to monitor its nuclear activities.
Trump administration justifications for withdrawing from the Open Skies Treaty are being challenged from many sides.
If the White House will not rule out the option of conducting new nuclear tests, Congress should step in to ensure that such testing is not an option the president may exercise unilaterally, now or in the future.
The Trump administration is now considering conducting a nuclear test for political signaling purposes, as a ploy in future arms talks with Russia and China. Worse, the Republican-led Senate Armed Services Committee authorized $10 million specifically for a nuclear test blast if ordered by President Trump. Key Senators and members of the House are pushing back but they need to hear your support for prohibiting funding for nuclear testing.