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  1. Private Viewpoints perspex-npec-russell-031504.pdf ...

  2. A Clean Return to the Iran Nuclear Deal Should Be Biden’s First Option

    Private Viewpoints January 11, 2021 Of all the international agreements President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to rejoin upon taking office, perhaps none is more controversial than the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ...

  3. A Comprehensive Survey of Iran’s Advanced Centrifuges

    Private Viewpoints December 2, 2021 Iran’s development of gas centrifuges to enrich uranium has been long-standing and seemingly haphazard but in general encompasses a program seeking longer, faster centrifuges, while struggling with reliability. Cost doe ...

  4. A Conversation With Jake Sullivan

    Private Viewpoints December 17, 2021 Jake Sullivan discusses the Biden administration’s work over the first year in office to address the current and future challenges facing the United States. [...] HAASS: You mentioned Iran in your comments. It was obvi ...

  5. A Conversation with Mohammad Javad Zarif

    Private Viewpoints July 17, 2017 Foreign Minister Zarif discusses current developments in the Middle East. HAASS: Well, good evening. Welcome to the Council on Foreign Relations. As you can see, sitting next to me is the foreign minister of Iran, Mohammad ...

  6. A Flawed IAEA-Iran Agreement on Resolving Oustanding Issues

    Private Viewpoints August 28, 2007 Analysis of the IAEA-Iran agreement inability to set clear parameters or specify what access IAEA personnel would have to key people, sites, and documents or indicate a need for Iran’s adherence to the Additional Protoco ...

  7. A Fresh Examination of the Proliferation Dangers of Light Water Reactors

    Private Viewpoints October 22, 2004 This report details how fresh and spent LWR fuel can be used to accelerate a nation’s illicit weapons program significantly. In the case of a state that can enrich uranium (either covertly or commercially), fresh lightl ...

  8. A History of Continuity in Iran’s Long Nuclear Program

    Private Viewpoints December 8, 2020 Iran’s interest in developing a nuclear deterrent is often attributed to the Islamic Republic, which, according to Western intelligence sources, had a structured nuclear weapons program until 2003. However, in reality, ...

  9. A Hull in Their Story: Satellite imagery, AIS, and the Ships Secretly Transporting Iranian Gas to China

    Private Viewpoints April 23, 2020 In November 2019, at least two VLGCs (very large gas carriers, ships that carry between 50,000 and 80,000 cubic meters of gas) visited an export terminal in Asaluyeh, Iran, an industrial town on the southwestern coast of ...

  10. A Justified Extension for Iran Nuclear Talks, But Hard Choices Ahead

    Private Viewpoints July 19, 2014 With significant headway already made but major gaps remaining – and especially with the options available in the event of a breakdown of negotiations looking unattractive to all parties – it made good sense for the P5+1 c ...

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