Has Iran tested nuclear weapons?

Has Iran tested nuclear weapons?

Russia has said there was no proof Iran has ever run a nuclear weapons program. The former head of the IAEA, Mohamed ElBaradei, stated that he had seen “maybe some studies about possible weaponization”, but “no evidence” of “an active weaponization program” as of October 2007.

How many nuclear power plants does Iran have?

One nuclear power reactor
One nuclear power reactor is operating in Iran, after many years’ construction. Two further large Russian-designed units are planned, the first of which commenced construction in November 2019.

What would happen if Iran tested a nuclear weapon?

The reason is that nuclear threats lack credibility. If Iran ever used nuclear weapons against one of its neighbors, it would suffer unprecedented international isolation, unify the region against it, and even trigger nuclear retaliation from the United States or Israel.

Does Iran really need nuclear energy?

A review of objective facts would establish Iran’s need for alternative sources of energy, including nuclear energy. According to a recently released study by the National Academy of Science, “Iran’s energy demand growth has exceeded its supply growth,” and therefore, “Iran’s oil export will decline,” or even “could go to zero within 12-19 years.”

What does Iran need to make a nuclear bomb?

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