By Ali Fathollah-Nejad
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Dilemmas of Double-Standard and Dual-Use A widely circulating assumption is that such a country as Iran with lots of oil and gas reserves do not need nuclear energy, so its nuclear program should be for non-peaceful purposes. Nevertheless, the issue is more complex than that. a) (Why) Does Iran Need Nuclear Energy? Although Iran is rich of fossil energies, these resources will be exploited within the next few decades. Moreover, Iran’s old infrastructure of refineries requires heavy investment. As Johns Hopkins University economic geographer, Roger Stern, asserts, Iran is suffering a staggering decline in revenue from its oil exports, and if the trend continues income could be halved in less than five years and virtually disappear by 2015.
27. 3. Dilemmas of Double-Standard and Dual-Use A widely circulating assumption is that such a country as Iran with lots of oil and gas reserves do not need nuclear energy, so its nuclear program should be for non-peaceful purposes. Nevertheless, the issue is more complex than that. a) (Why) Does Iran Need Nuclear Energy? Although Iran is rich of fossil energies, these resources will be exploited within the next few decades. Moreover, Iran’s old infrastructure of refineries requires heavy investment.
18, 2003—that permits snap inspections of its nuclear sites. “ (IMFA 2003) In return, the Europeans—represented by then-Foreign Ministers Dominique de Villepin, Jack Straw, and Joschka Fischer—assured to prevent Washington from handing the Iranian nuclear dossier to the UNSC. Previously, the IAEA had found weapons-grade-enriched uranium at two sites in Iran. 34 This was also later confirmed by the IAEA ( VON RANDOW 2004). Moreover, the EU-3 promised to support Iran in the peaceful use of nuclear energy (anyway required by the NPT) and further vowed broad economic relations with Tehran.