عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Unjust reactions of the IAEA Board of Gevernors and the Security Council (SC) to the Iran's nulcear program and activities during 2003-2008, have been endangered some established rules of international law. Prevailing the political motives of some permanent members of the SC over the relevant international treaties and inalienable and sovereign rights of states to development, and understimating the positive effects of the iran's cooperations on the resolution on Outstanding Issues are the core (but non-legal) bases and raison detre of the present crisis in this case.
This Article analyzes the SC Res. 1835 (2008), and unwilings (even ultra vires) in the practice of the IAEA's Sectratriate and the SC, in the light of international law.