What would you be looking for to detect a nuclear weapons program? Inexplicable changes in the production or import of certain raw materials? A sudden interest in explosive hydroforming? What if that hydroforming involves a second stage of explosives detonated by the plate of metal being formed? How about the purchase or fabrication of equipment used in the Purex Process? (or, if the nation was really retarded, the Bismuth Phosphate method originally used by the US?). I have recently been disturbed by a deal between Iran and Bolivia to develop Lithium reserves and some odd purchases of extremely high-grade Mercury. Iran may be ramping up battery production in the future, or it could need freshly mined Lithium from which Li-6 can be separated using the Colex process which requires large quantities of pure Mercury. You can bet that EVERY nuclear power AND the IAEA are watching for these things AND many more. So far there are only possible evidences of an Iranian weapons program.
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from the article: Putin: Russia has no evidence Iran trying to build nukes
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