In Brief: How Close Is Iran to Building A Bomb?

In Brief

Last week, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported that Iran had increased its stockpile of uranium enriched to near weapons-grade levels. Then, this week, the agency’s director general, Rafael Grossi, stated that the organization has “lost continuity of knowledge in relation to the production and inventory of [Iran’s] centrifuges, rotors and bellows, heavy water and uranium ore concentrate.” We asked four experts to tell us more about the state of Iran’s nuclear program and to answer one key question: how close is Iran to building nuclear weapons? Read more below.   Eric Brewer Deputy Vice President, Nuclear Materials Security Program Nuclear Threat Initiative The latest reports

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