The king of the south is preparing for the push.

Iran Triples Enriched Uranium Stockpile

The king of the south is preparing for the push.


Iran has nearly tripled its stockpile of enriched uranium since November, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced on March 3. Its total stockpile is now five times over the limit as outlined by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, making it only a matter of time before Iran has enough fuel for an actual nuclear weapon.

Additionally, Iran is refusing to answer questions about three potential undeclared nuclear sites. It is also denying any international observers access to the sites. Therefore, Iran could actually have a larger amount of uranium than is accounted for.

As of February 19, the IAEA reported that Iran has a total of 1,021 kilograms of enriched uranium, far more than the 372 kilograms reported in November last year. Furthermore, according to the New York Times, if Iran further enriches its uranium from the current 4.5 percent to 90 percent, which is the necessary threshold to produce one bomb, it could go nuclear.


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