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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Institute For Science And International Security
Iran could produce enough weapons-grade uranium to arm a nuclear bomb within two to four months but would still face serious "engineering challenges" _ and much longer delays _ before it succeeds in making the other components needed for a functioning warhead, a respected U.S. think tank said Monday.
The U.N. atomic agency has received new and significant intelligence over the past month that Iran has moved further toward the ability to build a nuclear weapon, diplomats tell the Associated Press.
New satellite images show construction under way at North Korea's main atomic complex, apparent proof that Pyongyang is making good on its pledge to build a nuclear power reactor, according to a private American security institute.