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[Editorial] Dealing with nuclear waste
The Korea Herald, 19 December 2014
The much awaited nuclear waste facility in Gyeongju will begin operations next year following final approval by the Nuclear Safety and Security Commission last week.

Iran in the middle
The Korea Times, 17 December 2014
International negotiations over Iran's nuclear program have been taking place, in one form or another, for more than a decade. So it is not surprising that the deadline for a final deal has been extended once again. Iran and its interlocutors ―...

A nuclear deal with Iran will require the West to reevaluate its presumptions
Washington Post, 5 December 2014
After a decade of patient negotiations with Iran over its contested nuclear program, the prospects of the United States and other world powers securing a final deal are not good. The wheels of diplomacy will grind on and an extension of the talks should...

Nuclear issue has become part of Iran's identity
The Korea Times, 5 December 2014
In the late 1960s, the Rolling Stones recorded one of their classic tunes: "You Can't Always Get What You Want." The song's philosophical message ― to the extent Mick Jagger and Keith Richards thought about it ― seemed to...

Delaying a nuclear deal advances Iranís goal of hegemony with a Shiite crescent
Washington Times, 3 December 2014
Nov. 24 loomed as a strategic date in the history of the globe. Since the P5 plus 1 nations decided a deal with Iran could not be reached, though, history has been delayed seven months. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, among others, has said...

[EDITORIAL] Iran stalls again
Washington Times, 25 November 2014
The lot of a diplomat is not always a happy one. Life in striped pants can be challenging. So much Chablis and brie, so little time. It’s not all polite chatter. In the matter of the crucial talks over the future of Iran’s nuclear program,...

[Editorial] Milestone resolution
Korean Herald, 24 November 2014
North Korea’s isolated and impoverished regime has sought to secure its survival by building a nuclear arsenal and placing its people under harsh control.

Iran nuclear stakes high as 'end' talks begin
BBC News, 18 November 2014
Few people believe Iran and the six world powers it is negotiating with will be able to reach an agreement by the 24 November deadline to resolve the crisis over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.

Viewpoint: How Iran and world powers can reach nuclear deal
BBC News, 17 November 2014
The ninth round of talks between Iran and the so-called P5+1 group of world powers ended on Tuesday without a breakthrough to seal a deal over Iran's nuclear programme ahead of a 24 November deadline.

[Editorial] Crucial nuclear safety
The Korea Times, 5 November 2014
The devastating accident that occurred in Fukushima, Japan, in 2011 shattered any remaining belief about the safety of nuclear power plants. It taught the industry and consumers alike that they cannot be too careful regarding safety issues related to...

Iran nuclear talks to go into high gear
Korean Herald, 3 November 2014
WASHINGTON (AFP) ― Global powers wrestling to hammer out a groundbreaking deal with Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions are moving complex talks into high gear with a “critical” three weeks left for an accord.

Iran looks at compromise nuke offer
Air Force Times, 17 October 2014
VIENNA — Iran is considering a U.S. proposal at nuclear talks that would allow it to keep more of its nuclear infrastructure intact while still reducing its ability to make an atomic bomb, two diplomats told The Associated Press on Thursday.

U.S., E.U. hold grueling talks with Iran about its nuclear program
Washington Post, 16 October 2014
VIENNA — A grueling day of talks Wednesday between senior American, Iranian and European diplomats produced no breakthrough agreement on curbing Iran’s nuclear program, but officials said they still aim to reach a deal by the Nov. 24 deadline.

Iran-6 power talks continue in name but US takes the lead in trying to negotiate nuclear deal
U.S. News, 29 September 2014
Washington insists that the Iran-six power negotiations are alive and well. But with a deadline to a deal only eight weeks away, the U.S. is increasingly reshaping the talks it joined five years ago into a series of bilateral meetings with Iran as the...

In two days of back-to-back interviews, speeches and meetings in New York this week, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has gone to some lengths to sound much like President Obama in describing the need to defeat Islamic radicals and to seize what may well be a last opportunity over the next two months to reach an accord with the West over Iran´s nuclear program.

">Iranian President Praises Cooperation in New York
The New York Times, 25 September 2014
 

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