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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 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. An Assessment of Europe's Leadership Confronting the Iranian Nuclear Challenge

    Since the autumn of 2003, when the scope of Iran's illicit nuclear activities became public, Britain, France and Germany (the "E3") have led negotiations aimed at limiting the scope of Iran's nuclear program. For several years, this di ...

  5. An Assessment of U.S. Efforts to Sanction Iran

    Most commentary on sanctions holds that because the United States has severed diplomatic and almost all economic ties with Iran, it has no ability to punish Iran unilaterally. However, the United States has never fully enforced its existing arsenal of dom ...

  6. Congressional Action on Iran: What Next?

    Over the past several years, Congress has considered a variety of measures aimed at restraining Iran's nuclear program and its support for terrorism. The 111th Congress is again weighing such measures- just as the time to halt Iran's nuclear pro ...

  7. How to Prevent a Nuclear-Armed Iran

    It is widely believed that Iran has nuclear weapon ambitions, which it is trying to hide behind a civilian nuclear energy program. The question is whether Iran can be stopped from getting the bomb, given the indigenous capability it has already amassed. I ...

  8. Inspections in Iran: What Would Inspectors Need? What Are the Lessons Learned from Iraq?

    As nuclear negotiations with Iran near their final stage, the question of inspections has come to the fore. If a final agreement is reached, inspections will be a principal means of assuring that Iran does not develop nuclear weapons, either by “breakout” ...

  9. Iran Sanctions: What Would Work?

    The U.N. Security Council is considering a draft resolution aimed at Iran's illicit nuclear effort. Although the resolution would limit Iran's ability to buy arms, would target Iran's illicit shipping, and would authorize restrictions on Ir ...

  10. Iran's Atomic Archive: Lessons Learned for Export Controls and Inspections

    During a pair of roundtables convened by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, experts on nuclear nonproliferation policy analyzed the implications of information contained in Iran's so-called "nuclear archive." ...

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