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  • initialism International Atomic Energy Agency

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  • noun the United Nations agency concerned with atomic energy


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  • The tense situation in the country can only be resolved provided the IAEA is allowed to carry out the necessary inspections and its steps and resolutions are respected.

    The Nobel Peace Prize 2005 - Presentation Speech

  • The ONLY questions of interest to the IAEA is whether Iran has EVER conducted weaponization studies in the PAST and ALL of that evidence is based on a laptop which has a questionable provenance, most likely from the Mossad via the M.E.K. terrorist group!

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama Still Ending the War

  • The IAEA is still working feverishlyto try to bring this about.

    State of the Union: John King's Crib Sheet for December 6

  • Only the dingbats at Haaretz would have the chutzpah to suggest that the IAEA is even mildly confused about the type and grade of Uranium residues found at the Syrian site, if any.

    ‘jump the gun’

  • He doesn't remember the days of on end saying UN and IAEA is not doing its job.

    Bartlett rips McClellan, calls allegation 'total crap'

  • The IAEA is just another irrelevant rabbit for the US and/or Occupied Palestine to pull out of the propaganda hat when either rogue state wants to embellish a hype-fest.

    ‘jump the gun’

  • “His record as head of the IAEA is one of resounding failures,” one diplomatic official said.

    07 « December « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • Besides, the IAEA is treated as a joke by the US and Occupied Palestine.

    ‘jump the gun’

  • “His record as head of the IAEA is one of resounding failures,” one diplomatic official said.

    great moments in israel’s diplomacy

  • I don't see any personality among these five now who exerts an appeal across the political divide in the board, said one high-level diplomat from a developing nation, likely referring to a split between Western nations and developing countries that emerged in the first effort to select a replacement for three-term IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei...

    The Saga Continues


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