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  1. A Final Deal with Iran: Filling the Gaps

    Given substantial momentum toward moving beyond the interim nuclear deal with Iran to a more comprehensive agreement, the U.S. administration must insist on several critical elements for any final deal to be adequate, according to a panel discussion hosted ...

  2. A History of Iran's Chemical Weapon-Related Efforts

    This essay describes the origins of Iran's chemical weapon (CW) program during the Iran-Iraq war, Iran's efforts to establish an indigenous CW production capability through foreign procurement, its CW-related transfers, and its adherence to the ...

  3. A History of Iran's Nuclear Program

    August 9, 2016 Weapon Program Background Report Nuclear This is a brief history of Iran's progress toward the ability to build a nuclear weapon. The emphasis is on achievements, rather than motives. The achievements presented here have been cataloged ...

  4. A Lesson From Iraq: Work Together Against Proliferation

    Late last month, Britain, France and Germany rose in unison, flexed their muscles, and rammed a vote through the International Atomic Energy Agency condemning Iran for its nuclear transgressions. This forceful action by the "Euro 3" was a distin ...

  5. A Letter from the Wisconsin Project to Chairmen Menendez and Royce: Key Elements for an Adequate Nuclear Deal with Iran

    Dear Chairmen Menendez and Royce: Several rounds of multilateral talks with Iran have been held since the beginning of the year, with the goal of resolving the dispute over that country’s nuclear program. We write to emphasize several key elements that mus ...

  6. A Letter from the Wisconsin Project to President Obama: Key Elements for an Adequate Nuclear Deal with Iran

    Dear Mr. President: As talks with Iran aimed at resolving the dispute over that country’s nuclear program approach a July deadline, we write to emphasize several key elements that must be part of any adequate final accord, and to urge you to ensure that th ...

  7. A Peaceful Nuclear Iran?

    Last week, my organization received a call from a staff member on Capitol Hill who had an interesting question: how much nuclear energy could Iran produce with its current stockpile of enriched uranium? The staff member, like most journalists and even the ...

  8. A Plot to Acquire Hard Currency for Iran’s Supreme Leader

    September 30, 2020 International Enforcement Actions On August 19, U.S. authorities unsealed a complaint charging Ali Chawla, Asim Mujtaba Naqvi, and Muzzamil Husnain Zaidi with violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA). The three ...

  9. A Shell Game in the Arms Race

    President Bush has enjoyed a surprisingly jovial reception in Europe this week, but there has been a serious point of contention: the desire of European countries to lift the 15-year ban on arms sales to China. Given concerns that the Chinese are willing ...

  10. Ahmadinejad Tours Natanz, Announces Enrichment Progress

    Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad marked Iran's national nuclear day, April 8, 2008, with an announcement that the country had started installing 6,000 additional centrifuges at the Natanz uranium enrichment complex. During a tour of the site, Ah ...

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