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Point of no return is close for Iran’s nuclear plans

With its role in the global protests over Danish cartoons of the prophet Mohammed and its ongoing nuclear programme, Iran seems determined to send a message to the west.

11th February, 2006

With its role in the global protests over Danish cartoons of the prophet Mohammed and its ongoing nuclear programme, Iran seems determined to send a message to the west.

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s referral of Iran to the UN Security Council over its nuclear activities has left many in the international community fearing an imminent crisis.

At the same time, public and diplomatic attention has been diverted by the bloody protests over...

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