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National Intelligence Estimate, the intelligence community judges "with high confidence" that Iran halted its nuclear weapon program in fall , but assesses "with moderate-to-high confidence" that Iran "at a minimum is keeping open the option to develop nuclear weapons. Security Council adopts resolution , extending travel restrictions and asset freezes — and in some cases instituting a travel ban — to additional Iranian entities, and barring Iran from buying almost all nuclear and missile-related technology. The proposal promises assistance with light-water reactors, guaranteed nuclear fuel supply, and, in the future, support for nuclear research and development.

Security Council adopts resolution , which calls on Iran to comply with previous Security Council resolutions by freezing uranium enrichment but does not impose additional sanctions. A test run of the plant marks the end of the construction phase. The IAEA assesses that Iran should be able to design and produce a workable implosion device fueled with highly enriched uranium. Security Council adopts resolution , imposing a fourth round of sanctions on Iran.

It targets firms that support Iran's energy sector, do business with Iranian entities on the U. The law also authorizes state and local governments to divest from firms involved in Iran's energy sector. Each installed cascade originally comprised centrifuges; Iran modified six cascades to contain centrifuges. Carbon fiber composites can be used to make centrifuge rotors. A total of IR-1 centrifuges are operating at the plant. July : A preliminary, working-level meeting is held in the secret nuclear talks between the United States and Iran in Oman.

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Supreme Leader Ali Khameini declares that the two countries have "common enemies. Preparatory installation work is completed for 28 other centrifuge cascades, and is ongoing in relation to 54 others. All the centrifuges are IR-1s. The plant has produced an estimated No deal is reached. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns reportedly delivers a message from President Obama that the United States would be willing to accept a limited domestic uranium enrichment program in a final nuclear agreement with Iran.

Preparatory installation work has been completed for 46 other cascades, and is ongoing for one other. This list contains a total of entities and 78 individuals. Salehi previously served as the head of AEOI from to One other IR-1 cascade is partially installed, and preparatory installation work has been completed for 36 other IR-1 cascades. Of six cascades of IR-2m centrifuges 1, centrifuges fully installed at the FEP, none are being fed with natural uranium. Preparatory installation work has been completed for 12 other 1R-2m cascades.

General Assembly in New York. Secretary of State John Kerry and Foreign Minister Zarif then meet separately in the highest level meeting between the two countries since Preparatory installation work has been completed for 36 other IR-1 cascades. Of six cascades of IR-2m centrifuges 1, centrifuges fully installed at the FEP, none are operating. In exchange, Iran receives limited sanctions relief for six months. The Agency also discloses that Iran supplied data about work on "exploding bridge wire detonators" — which Iran said were for non-nuclear purposes — as part of the IAEA's investigation into the possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear program.

Specifically, Iran did not provide the IAEA with information regarding experimentation with high explosives and calculations on nuclear detonation yields. The agreement allows for two additional reactors to be built at Bushehr in the future and for the construction of four nuclear reactors at another location in Iran. The fuel for all reactors will be supplied by Russia, and spent fuel will be returned to Russia. Separately, Russia and Iran signed a Memorandum of Understanding for joint work on "the feasibility of assembling fuel bundles in Iran.

The interim agreement, the Joint Plan of Action, will continue to be implemented. The legislation, which passed both houses of Congress by veto-proof majorities, gives Congress a day period to review a final nuclear agreement with Iran after it is transmitted to Congress. The House declines to vote on a resolution of disapproval. Senate votes to block an amendment that would have conditioned the lifting of U. The day Congressional review ends without blocking the implementation of the nuclear agreement. The United States issues conditional sanctions waivers for Iran, which will take effect when the agreement is officially implemented.

In return, Iran receives metric tons of natural uranium from Russia. Separately, Kazakhstan, at the request of the Joint Commission, supplies 60 tons of natural uranium to Iran as additional compensation. He spoke darkly of the forces that were arrayed against the survival of the countries of Southeast Asia in those uncertain and critical times.

ASEAN, therefore, could marshal the still untapped potentials of this rich region through more substantial united action.

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He referred to differences of outlook among the member countries, but those differences, he said, would be overcome through a maximum of goodwill and understanding, faith and realism. Hard work, patience and perseverance, he added, would also be necessary. The countries of Southeast Asia should also be willing to take responsibility for whatever happens to them, according to Tun Abdul Razak, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, who spoke next.

He stressed that the countries of the region should recognize that unless they assumed their common responsibility to shape their own destiny and to prevent external intervention and interference, Southeast Asia would remain fraught with danger and tension. And unless they took decisive and collective action to prevent the eruption of intra-regional conflicts, the nations of Southeast Asia would remain susceptible to manipulation, one against another.

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For his part, S. Rajaratnam, a former Minister of Culture of multi-cultural Singapore who, at that time, served as its first Foreign Minister, noted that two decades of nationalist fervor had not fulfilled the expectations of the people of Southeast Asia for better living standards. If ASEAN would succeed, he said, then its members would have to marry national thinking with regional thinking.

And these are two different things and sometimes they can conflict. Secondly, we must also accept the fact, if we are really serious about it, that regional existence means painful adjustments to those practices and thinking in our respective countries. We must make these painful and difficult adjustments.

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If we are not going to do that, then regionalism remains a utopia. And here he used a term that would have an ominous ring even today: balkanization. In Southeast Asia, as in Europe and any part of the world, he said, outside powers had a vested interest in the balkanization of the region. And those countries who are interested, genuinely interested, in the stability of Southeast Asia, the prosperity of Southeast Asia, and better economic and social conditions, will welcome small countries getting together to pool their collective resources and their collective wisdom to contribute to the peace of the world.


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He must have had that in mind when, on that occasion, he said that the countries of Southeast Asia had no choice but to adjust to the exigencies of the time, to move toward closer cooperation and even integration. Particularly what millions of men and women in our part of the world want is to erase the old and obsolete concept of domination and subjection of the past and replace it with the new spirit of give and take, of equality and partnership.

While the nations of Southeast Asia prevent attempts to deprive them of their freedom and sovereignty, he said, they must first free themselves from the material impediments of ignorance, disease and hunger. Each of these nations cannot accomplish that alone, but by joining together and cooperating with those who have the same aspirations, these objectives become easier to attain. Let it be for Southeast Asia, a potentially rich region, rich in history, in spiritual as well as material resources and indeed for the whole ancient continent of Asia, the light of happiness and well-being that will shine over the uncounted millions of our struggling peoples.

The Foreign Minister of Thailand closed the inaugural session of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations by presenting each of his colleagues with a memento. In about three more weeks, Indonesia would fully restore diplomatic relations with Malaysia, and soon after that with Singapore.