David Kay

former Chief Nuclear Weapons Inspector, IAEA

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Former Chief Nuclear Weapons Inspector for the International Atomic Energy Agency and former head of the Iraq Survey Group, the American search group for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction; Senior Research Fellow at the Potomac Institute, a nonprofit public-policy research institute

David Kay on KCRW

Yesterday, time ran out for Iran to meet the UN Security
Council's deadline to stop enriching uranium. President Ahmadinejad says that
will never happen. The  International Atomic…

Iran and Nuclear Brinksmanship

Yesterday, time ran out for Iran to meet the UN Security Council's deadline to stop enriching uranium. President Ahmadinejad says that will never happen. The International Atomic…

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Yesterday, time ran out for Iran to meet the  UN Security Council 's deadline to stop enriching uranium. President Ahmadinejad says that will never happen.

Iran and Nuclear Brinksmanship

Yesterday, time ran out for Iran to meet the UN Security Council 's deadline to stop enriching uranium. President Ahmadinejad says that will never happen.

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