The IAEA will have no problem monitoring uranium production in Iran, the problem will come when the agency is asked to look into things where they have no expertise like explosives, detonators, missiles, says former IAEA inspector Robert Kelley.
Tehran and six leading world powers have finalized a nuclear agreement. Unless Iran breaches the deal, the International Atomic Energy Agency will confirm it. This ends decades of antagonism towards Iran. What is in store for the Islamic state?
Certain political forces in Greece that campaigned for ‘No’ at the referendum won’t be satisfied with the outcome of the negotiations so we should expect to see political changes, says Dr. Harry Konstantinidis of the University of Massachusetts.
Oil prices continued to slide Tuesday with the Russian ruble as Iran and six world powers reached a conclusive deal on Iran’s nuclear program. The deal comes into force in 90 days after UN Security Council ratification.
Banks in Greece will remain closed and the €60 per day limit on cash withdrawals will remain in place, according to a Greek finance ministry official. The ECB has refused to increase its emergency liquidity assistance to banks from current €89 billion.
Decisions taken in Brussels were without the participation of the Greek people, that’s why they are irrelevant. Greece has been basically mortgaged, says Leonidas Chrisanthopoulos, a former Greek ambassador.