I'm not a great fan of international organizations set up to fix the world, at least not of those we have. Still, it's interesting to note that at the moment, the International Atomic Energy Agency seems more clearheaded than the American intelligence community when it comes to Iran:
The International Atomic Energy Agency, in an unusually blunt and detailed report, said Monday that Iran’s suspected research into the development of nuclear weapons remained “a matter of serious concern” and that Iran continued to owe the agency “substantial explanations.”
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