Iran has no known nuclear weapons or doctrine, other than an insistence on its right to sensitive fuel cycle technologies, which it asserts are for peaceful purposes. Yet Tehran's behaviour and the nature of its program provide reasons to conclude that the purpose is a nuclear weapons capability. The history of safeguards violations and of changing stories is one reason to doub that Iran's answers to the IAEA work plan warrant early closure of the file. Other reasons for concern are the economic illogic of its enrichment effort and at least ten indicators of military involvement in the nuclear program.
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