International Academic Journal of Social Sciences

  • ISSN 2454-3918

Nature and Consequences of the Obligations of NPT Members in the light of the Strong Performance of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Hooshang Amani and Faried Azadbakht

Abstract: The ultimate goal of this study was to evaluate the nature and consequences obligations of its Member OF N.P. T, in the light of Iran's performance. To carry out reciprocal obligations Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the requirement that each party is committed to its obligations. But enthusiasm agency to develop new obligations, get more information and exercising control over Iran's nuclear program has been expanded. The same one important factor was the uncertainty of Iran to the Agency. The results show that the NPT right, inalienable nuclear right is known. "Attribute" inalienable and legal consequences of this statement to follow. Many actions of member states and non-members; in the absence of enrichment and reliance on foreign sources, does not necessarily mean weakness or passivity they accept the obligation of the host governments do not impose commitments, But how, despite the fact that different countries have the right, in the implementation of the rights and interests of decisions and behave according to higher materials. This behaviour has caused performance to the detriment of countries like Iran are developing countries also insist on implementing its own right, takes shape However, in the speech and statements may express a different view. . However, this studies Lesson 3 chapters. In the second chapter, the basic fundamentals of research, study and analysis, And in the third quarter, into the topic and also to analyze the situation and its liabilities.N.P.T the rights and challenges for members and detailed look at Iran's rights, The method of data collection for the library and taking notes and analytical research method is descriptive and qualitative analysis.

Keywords: N.P.T Legal, Iran's nuclear rights, nuclear obligations, the Security Council

Page: 71-81

Volume 3, Issue 2, 2016