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Jul 15, 2019

Iran will begin enriching uranium beyond a 3.67 percent cap set by a landmark nuclear deal "in a few hours", spokesman Kamalvandi said live on state television. (HAMED MALEKPOUR/AFP/Getty Images)
Iran will begin enriching uranium beyond a 3.67 percent cap set by a landmark nuclear deal "in a few hours", spokesman Kamalvandi said live on state television. (HAMED MALEKPOUR/AFP/Getty Images)

ABC Radio National – Between The Lines

Host: Tom Switzer

Thursday 11 July 2019 1:30PM

Iran is working towards weapons-grade uranium power. Sanctions are not working to prevent them. Nor is global condemnation. Will warnings from the US contain the country’s resolve or will Donald Trump lead a military crack-down on the rogue state?

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Clifford May, founder and president of the Foundation for Defence of Democracies.

Amin Saikal, Director of the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at the Australian National University. Author of “Iran Rising: The Survival and Future of the Islamic Republic”`

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