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Concerns About Iran's Falling Nuclear Breakout Time Are Set to Grow

Greg Priddy
Director, Global Energy and Middle East, Stratfor
Feb 21, 2020 | 09:00 GMT
Two inspectors with the International Atomic Energy Agency, second and third from left, observe Iranian technicians stop the production of 20 percent enriched uranium at the Natanz nuclear facility on Jan. 20, 2014.

Two inspectors with the International Atomic Energy Agency, second and third from left, observe Iranian technicians stop the production of 20 percent enriched uranium at the Natanz nuclear facility on Jan. 20, 2014.

(KAZEM GHANE/AFP via Getty Images)

While Tehran is avoiding alarming nuclear moves for now, its nuclear program is accumulating low-enriched uranium at a rate that the United States and Israel could find unacceptable by this summer....

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