Highlights: -IAEA has been able to confirm that no declared nuclear materials have been diverted to any alleged weapons program. In fact, no evidence of a nuclear weapons program has currently been found to exist. -Iran continues to enrich uranium, in defiance of UN Security Council Resolution. -IAEA carried out seven unannounced inspections of Iranian centrifuge cascade assemblies, and confirmed that Iran is currently only able to enrich uranium to 4% purity. Which is barely useful for civilian grade applications, and far below enrichment needed for nuclear weapons. -Iran's cooperation has been mixed. Generally, Iran has provided sufficient and timely cooperation with IAEA inspectors. IAEA notes however, that the cooperation is reactive, and not proactive. -A couple of outstanding issues remain, which IAEA seeks to address with Iran in the next few weeks. Having to do with increasing transparency of the entire scope and history of the iranian nuclear program. One, is if there is, or ever has been, alleged studies or research Iran has done with regard to nuclear weaponry. And two, IAEA needs further corroborations with regard to the P-1 and P-2 centrifuges and current enrichment activities, to build more confidence that there is complete tranparency and so that IAEA can determine that the program is completely civilian in nature, and there are no activites that could have military implications. http://www.isis-online.org/publications/iran/IranIAEAreportNov15.pdf I'm still not seeing a reason to bomb or go to war with them yet. Aggressive diplomacy and inspections appears to be the prudent approach.