Our Publications

December 21, 2022
This month’s newsletter features an article analyzing Iran’s new Ghaem-100 rocket, including details on how it compares to earlier Iranian space-launch vehicles and what its design indicates about the future of Iran’s space and ballistic missile programs.
Articles and Reports
December 19, 2022
Iran now has two programs run by separate institutions that produce large-diameter solid motors which could be used in ballistic missiles. This gives Iran the technological capacity to smash through its self-imposed 2,000-kilometer range limit at virtually any time it chooses.
November 30, 2022
This month’s newsletter features an article examining Tehran’s growing willingness to supply the Houthi rebels in Yemen with advanced ballistic missiles. It also features an updated report tracking Iran’s deployment of centrifuges for uranium enrichment.
Articles and Reports
November 29, 2022
Both Iran’s armed forces and Yemen’s Houthi rebels staged major military parades in late September. The two parades offered indications that Iran may be increasingly willing to supply the Houthis with its most advanced missiles, and to run greater risks in doing so.
October 27, 2022
This month’s newsletter features a new episode of Iran Watch Listen, a podcast by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control.
Interviews and Podcasts
October 12, 2022
In this episode of Iran Watch Listen, we sat down with Dan Gettinger and Adam Rawnsley to discuss the current state of Iran’s UAV capabilities, its growing ambitions to become a drone exporter, and whether tighter sanctions and export controls could hinder its progress.
September 30, 2022
This month’s newsletter features an update to a table of Iran’s nuclear facilities, including the addition of several undeclared sites where the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) discovered uranium particles.
August 31, 2022
This month’s newsletter features an analysis of the British Royal Navy’s seizure earlier this year of a weapons shipment headed for Yemen.
International Enforcement Actions
August 26, 2022
In early 2022, a British Royal Navy ship intercepted small boats carrying weaponry in international waters south of Iran. The evidence strongly suggests that the weapons came from Iran, but a deeper investigation also points to companies based in several other countries that enabled Iran to acquire the components in the first place.
July 29, 2022
This month’s newsletter features updates to a table tracking the capabilities of Iran’s missile arsenal and to a report estimating how quickly Iran could enrich enough uranium to fuel a small nuclear arsenal. The missile table includes new details gleaned from a December 2021 military exercise.