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The Council imposed sanctions after Iran refused to do so. A May U. Congressional Report suggested "the United States, and later the Europeans, argued that Iran's deception meant it should forfeit its right to enrich, a position likely to be up for negotiation in talks with Iran.
In Junein the immediate wake of the disputed Iranian presidential electionIran initially agreed to a deal to relinquish its stockpile of low-enriched uranium in return for fuel for a medical research reactor, but then backed out of the deal.
A detailed analysis by physicists at the Federation of American Scientists concludes that such an estimate would depend on the total number and overall efficiency of the centrifuges Iran has in operation, and the amount of low-enriched uranium it has stockpiled to serve as "feedstock" for a possible high-enrichment program.
Congressional Research Service report quotes 24 February IAEA report saying that Iran has stockpiled pounds of percent-enriched uranium — an enrichment level necessary for medical applications — as an indication of their capacity to enrich to higher levels.
The Israeli Mossad reportedly shared this belief. EU-3 ministers and Iran's top negotiator Hassan Rouhani On 14 AugustAlireza Jafarzadeha spokesman for an Iranian dissident group National Council of Resistance of Iranpublicly revealed the existence of two nuclear sites under construction: It has been strongly suggested that intelligence agencies already knew about these facilities but the reports had been classified.
This "six months" clause was standard for implementation of all IAEA safeguards agreements untilwhen the IAEA Board of Governors decided that facilities should be reported during the planning phase, even before construction began. Iran was the last country to accept that decision, and only did so on 26 Februaryafter the IAEA investigation began.
It offered full transparency of Iran's nuclear program and withdrawal of support for Hamas and Hezbollah, in exchange for security assurances from the United States and a normalization of diplomatic relations.
The Bush Administration did not respond to the proposal, as senior U.
The proposal reportedly was widely blessed by the Iranian government, including Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. France, Germany and the United Kingdom the EU-3 undertook a diplomatic initiative with Iran to resolve questions about its nuclear program.
On 21 Octoberin Tehran, the Iranian government and EU-3 Foreign Ministers issued a statement known as the Tehran Declaration  in which Iran agreed to co-operate with the IAEA, to sign and implement an Additional Protocol as a voluntary, confidence-building measure, and to suspend its enrichment and reprocessing activities during the course of the negotiations.
The EU-3 in return explicitly agreed to recognize Iran's nuclear rights and to discuss ways Iran could provide "satisfactory assurances" regarding its nuclear power program, after which Iran would gain easier access to modern technology.
Iran signed an Additional Protocol on 18 Decemberand agreed to act as if the protocol were in force, making the required reports to the IAEA and allowing the required access by IAEA inspectors, pending Iran's ratification of the Additional Protocol.
The IAEA reported 10 November that "it is clear that Iran has failed in a number of instances over an extended period of time to meet its obligations under its Safeguards Agreement with respect to the reporting of nuclear material and its processing and use, as well as the declaration of facilities where such material has been processed and stored.
It was also obligated to report to the IAEA experiments with the separation of plutonium. However, the Islamic Republic reneged on its promise to permit the IAEA to carry out their inspections and suspended the Additional Protocol agreement outlined above in October Under the terms of the Paris Agreement,  on 14 NovemberIran's chief nuclear negotiator announced a voluntary and temporary suspension of its uranium enrichment program enrichment is not a violation of the NPT and the voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol, after pressure from the United Kingdom, France, and Germany acting on behalf of the European Union EU, known in this context as the EU The measure was said at the time to be a voluntary, confidence-building measure, to continue for some reasonable period of time six months being mentioned as a reference as negotiations with the EU-3 continued.
On 24 November, Iran sought to amend the terms of its agreement with the EU to exclude a handful of the equipment from this deal for research work.
This request was dropped four days later.
According to Seyyed Hossein Mousavian, one of the Iranian representatives to the Paris Agreement negotiations, the Iranians made it clear to their European counterparts that Iran would not consider a permanent end to uranium enrichment: Before the Paris [Agreement] text was signed, Dr Rohani The ambassadors delivered his message to their foreign ministers prior to the signing of the Paris agreed text The Iranians made it clear to their European counterparts that if the latter sought a complete termination of Iran's nuclear fuel-cycle activities, there would be no negotiations.
The Europeans answered that they were not seeking such a termination, only an assurance on the non-diversion of Iran's nuclear programme to military ends. Although Iranians presented an offer, which included voluntary restrictions on the enrichment volume and output, it was rejected. Reportedly, it included benefits in the political, trade and nuclear fields, as well as long-term supplies of nuclear materials and assurances of non-aggression by the EU but not the US.
The delay in restarting the program was to allow the IAEA to re-install monitoring equipment. The actual resumption of the program coincided with the election of President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, and the appointment of Ali Larijani as the chief Iranian nuclear negotiator.
In Augustwith the assistance of Pakistan  a group of US government experts and international scientists concluded that traces of bomb-grade uranium found in Iran came from contaminated Pakistani equipment and were not evidence of a clandestine nuclear weapons program in Iran.
Sources in Vienna and the State Department reportedly stated that, for all practical purposes, the HEU issue has been resolved. The offer was rejected out of hand by the EU and the United States.
On 24 Septemberafter Iran abandoned the Paris Agreement, the Board found that Iran had been in non-compliance with its safeguards agreement, based largely on facts that had been reported as early as November Two permanent council members, Russia and China, agreed to referral only on condition that the council take no action before March.
The three members who voted against referral were VenezuelaSyria and Cuba. The Iranians indicated that while they would not be willing to give up their right to enrichment in principle, they were willing to  consider the compromise solution. However, in Marchthe Bush Administration made it clear that they would not accept any enrichment at all in Iran.
President Ahmadinejad made the announcement in a televised address from the northeastern city of Mashhadwhere he said "I am officially announcing that Iran joined the group of those countries which have nuclear technology.
On 13 Aprilafter US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on 12 April the Security Council must consider "strong steps" to induce Tehran to change course in its nuclear ambition; President Ahmadinejad vowed that Iran will not back away from uranium enrichment and that the world must treat Iran as a nuclear power, saying "Our answer to those who are angry about Iran achieving the full nuclear fuel cycle is just one phrase.
Be angry at us and die of this anger," because "We won't hold talks with anyone about the right of the Iranian nation to enrich uranium.Statement from Leonard Peltier. January 31, A Hero's Welcome, By: Leonard Peltier.
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