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  1. Why We Won't Stop Iran

    "What will stop Iran from getting the bomb?" Iran Watch posed this timely question recently to a group of experts convened for a roundtable discussion.(*) Their answer was distressing. They concluded that if the world continues down its present ...

  2. Where Lies Iran's Nuclear Threat?

    June 20, 2012 Articles and Reports Nuclear A third round of nuclear talks with Iran in as many months ended yesterday with the same disappointing result: no progress. After two days of negotiations in Moscow, Iran was still adamant in rejecting a call to ...

  3. What's 'Cheating' in Farsi?

    Iran has just revealed that for more than a decade it has been running secret programs to produce plutonium and enriched uranium- the two materials that fuel atomic bombs. After months of being squeezed by the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran fina ...

  4. What Will Inspectors Need in Iran?

    National Review June 16, 2015 Articles and Reports As the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program approach the June 30 deadline for a final deal, a crucial issue remains unresolved: inspections. The country’s supreme leader has proclaimed military sites ...

  5. What We Still Need to Know About Nuclear Iran

    In May 25 in Geneva, Iran backed away from its threat to resume its uranium enrichment effort, which many countries believe will lead to a nuclear weapon. In return, Britain, France and Germany agreed not to ask the United Nations to punish Iran for its p ...

  6. What China Didn't Need to Steal

    Americans are right to be outraged that a suspected Chinese spy may have stolen the computer codes for the entire United States nuclear arsenal. But the loss of this data is only half the story. The other half is about hardware. Even after stealing the pl ...

  7. Washington Tightens the Screws

    The new U.S. administration is seeking to reenter the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the nuclear agreement reached in 2015 with Iran and six other parties. This effort has been complicated by the previous administration's "maximum p ...

  8. U.S. Failure to Follow Through on Sanctions is Baffling

    Last week, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported once again that Iran had defied U.N. Security Council demands to stop enriching uranium. And in response, the United States once again demanded that international sanctions against Iran be made mo ...

  9. Two Years In, Iran Nuclear Deal Needs a Healthy Dose of Transparency

    The Hill July 14, 2017 Articles and Reports Nuclear Today marks the two year anniversary of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Speaking from Vienna on July 14, 2015, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry heralded the nuclear agreement with Iran as  &quo ...

  10. Troubled Waters: An Update on Iran's Sanctioned State Shipping Line

    Nearly four years after the United States first sanctioned the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and its fleet, the company appears to be struggling to stay afloat. IRISL has been scrambling in recent months, setting up new front companies, ...

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