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April 28, 2022
This month's newsletter features an international enforcement action detailing Iranian efforts to procure counter-drone technologies from the United States. Court documents and business records show that even though the attempted exports were thwarted, the network's ringleader still works with Iranian defense contractors and a China-based company...
Newsletters
March 31, 2022
This month's newsletter features updates to a table tracking Iran’s centrifuges and a report estimating Iran’s ability to make a dash to produce fuel for a small nuclear arsenal. The centrifuge table sets out the capacity and primary materials of each of Iran’s currently-deployed centrifuge models as well as the number of each model installed and/...
Newsletters
February 28, 2022
This month's newsletter features a report on Iran’s asymmetric use of its conventional military capabilities. Tehran and its proxies, led by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), have gained regional influence by employing missiles, drones, and small naval vessels in targeted attacks calibrated to avoid large-scale retaliation.
Newsletters
January 31, 2022
This month's newsletter features a policy brief on the U.N. Security Council's 2231 List. When Security Council resolution 2231 was adopted in 2015, it lifted several sanctions on Iran but also extended restrictions on a list of individuals and entities tied to military aspects of Iran’s nuclear activities. Yet over the course of seven years the...
Newsletters
December 17, 2021
This month's newsletter features a table containing information about Iran’s centrifuges, as well as an update to a report estimating Iran’s ability to make a dash to produce fuel for a small nuclear arsenal.
Newsletters
November 30, 2021
This month's newsletter features two publications on the status and implications of Iran’s advanced centrifuges. From the IR-1 to the possible fifth-generation IR-9, Iran is committed to operating centrifuge models that can enrich greater amounts of uranium with fewer machines.
Newsletters
October 28, 2021
This month's newsletter features an international enforcement action examining two recent prosecutions of Iranian efforts to illicitly procure mass spectrometers, machines that can be used for uranium enrichment as well as a range of non-nuclear activities.
Newsletters
September 29, 2021
This month's newsletter features the latest episode of Iran Watch Listen, a podcast by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control. We speak with Neil Watts, a former member of the U.N. Panel of Experts on North Korea, about the evolution of missile and conventional arms cooperation between North Korea and Iran and techniques used by both...
Newsletters
August 31, 2021
This month’s newsletter features the findings from an Iran Watch roundtable on the “atomic archive,” a trove of information about Iran’s past nuclear weapons program that was clandestinely acquired by Israel in 2018 from a storage building in Tehran.
Newsletters
July 30, 2021
This month’s newsletter features updates to timelines of Iran’s nuclear and missile programs. New entries cover recent developments in those programs, including launches of new multi-stage space launch vehicles and the production of uranium metal and 60 percent enriched uranium, as well as the international community’s response to those...

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