A website published by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control
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Iran's Nuclear Timetable
The Wisconsin Project estimates that as of February 2013, Iran had enough low-enriched uranium gas to fuel five fission devices, if the material were raised to weapon-grade. Check here on Iran's uranium stockpile, the number of centrifuges it is operating, and more.
A total of over 400 Iranian entities have been hit with financial penalties by the United Nations, the European Union, and the United States for their links to Iran's missile and nuclear programs. Check here for a running tally of who has been sanctioned by whom, and why.
Iran's Suspect Entities
Profiles of Iranian entities suspected of contributing to Iran's nuclear, chemical, or biological weapon capabilities or to its missile or advanced conventional weapon programs.
Featured: SAD Import-Export Company
Profiles of entities suspected of supporting Iran's nuclear, chemical, or biological weapon capabilities, or Iran's missile or advanced conventional weapon programs, through the sale of technology, equipment, material, or expertise.
Featured: Macpar Makina
* 1/31/13: White House spokesman on reports that Iran plans to install more advanced centrifuges
* 11/16/12: IAEA report (PDF) reveals increase in stockpiled 20% enriched uranium and installed centrifuge capacity
* 9/13/12: IAEA resolution expresses "serious concern that Iran continues to defy [its] requirements and obligations" and "urges Iran to comply fully and without delay" (PDF)
* 8/3/12: Congress passes HR. 1905, the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 (PDF), expanding sanctions on Iran
* 11/8/2011: IAEA report details the history of Iran's nuclear weapon related work (PDF)
- In response to this report, IAEA resolution expresses "increasing concern about the unresolved issues regarding the Iranian nuclear program" (PDF)
Iran Watch is a comprehensive web site published by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control that monitors Iran's ability to construct weapons of mass destruction. Iran Watch describes suspect Iranian organizations and sites and lists their foreign suppliers. It also analyzes Iran's weapon-related activities and provides a range of documents produced by international organizations, national governments and private sources. Iran Watch welcomes inquiries and comments from policy makers, scholars, journalists and the general public.