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Iranian Nuclear Program: A Chronology

Iranian Nuclear Program: A Chronology Contemporary Review Iranian Nuclear Program: of the Middle East 3(1) 111–122 A Chronology 2016 SAGE Publications India Private Limited SAGE Publications sagepub.in/home.nav DOI: 10.1177/2347798916637500 http://cme.sagepub.com 5 March 1957: Iran and the United States (US) sign a civil nuclear cooperation under the Atoms for Peace program of the Eisenhower administration. May 1958: Iran joins the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 9 August 1963: Iran signs the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (PTBT) and ratifies it on 23 December. November 1967: Iran opens Tehran Nuclear Research Centre (TNRC) with the help of the US and the facility is equipped with a 5-megawatt nuclear research reactor fuelled by highly enriched uranium (HEU). 1 July 1968: Iran signs the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). February 1970: The Iranian Majlis (Parliament) ratifies the NPT and this allows Iran to pursue uranium enrichment. 1973: Shah of Iran creates the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran with the purpose of training personnel for his nuclear program and to facilitate cooperation with countries such as the US, France, West Germany, Namibia, and South Africa. 15 May: Iran signs NPT’s Safeguards Agreement with the IAEA. Under these safe- guards, inspections would be conducted to verify that nuclear enrichment are for http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Contemporary Review of the Middle East SAGE

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© 2016 SAGE Publications India Private Limited
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2347-7989
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2349-0055
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Contemporary Review Iranian Nuclear Program: of the Middle East 3(1) 111–122 A Chronology 2016 SAGE Publications India Private Limited SAGE Publications sagepub.in/home.nav DOI: 10.1177/2347798916637500 http://cme.sagepub.com 5 March 1957: Iran and the United States (US) sign a civil nuclear cooperation under the Atoms for Peace program of the Eisenhower administration. May 1958: Iran joins the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 9 August 1963: Iran signs the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (PTBT) and ratifies it on 23 December. November 1967: Iran opens Tehran Nuclear Research Centre (TNRC) with the help of the US and the facility is equipped with a 5-megawatt nuclear research reactor fuelled by highly enriched uranium (HEU). 1 July 1968: Iran signs the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). February 1970: The Iranian Majlis (Parliament) ratifies the NPT and this allows Iran to pursue uranium enrichment. 1973: Shah of Iran creates the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran with the purpose of training personnel for his nuclear program and to facilitate cooperation with countries such as the US, France, West Germany, Namibia, and South Africa. 15 May: Iran signs NPT’s Safeguards Agreement with the IAEA. Under these safe- guards, inspections would be conducted to verify that nuclear enrichment are for

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Published: Mar 1, 2016

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