As the world worries over what the WikiLeaks cable dump will mean for nuclear negotiations with Iran, Tehran wants everyone to know it's moving forward as steadily as ever. Iran's top atomic energy official said Sunday that the country's nuclear program is now completely self-sufficient, meaning it can produce every ingredient necessary for the nuclear fuel process, including yellowcake uranium. Analysts say Iran wants to demonstrate that harsh international sanctions have had no effect in slowing Tehran's march toward nuclear capability. A spokesman for the U.S. National Security Council said the announcement comes as no surprise, as Iran has been attempting to build nuclear weapons for "years." The revelation comes as Iran is supposed to resume negotiations with permanent members of the U.N. Security Council, guaranteeing a series of contentious meetings.