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  1. If Attacked, How Would Iran Respond?

    Private Viewpoints October 1, 2013 A report by the Iran Project published in late 2012 warned that "a U.S. and/or Israeli preventive military action against Iran could... perhaps contribut[e] to increased sectarian conflict and regional war." In ...

  2. Risk and Responsibility: Managing Future Iranian Weapons of Mass Destruction Threats

    Private Viewpoints May 10, 2022 Washington is reimagining its global role, leading the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to make difficult choices about priorities, resources, and risk to better address the long-term “pacing challenge” posed by China. To d ...

  3. Gathering Threat

    Speech by John Bolton Private Viewpoints September 13, 2004 In a recent speech, Undersecretary of State John Bolton outlined Iran's furtive work to develop nuclear weapons and underscored the need for the international community to halt these efforts ...

  4. Iranian Regime’s Programs for Biological and Microbial Weapons

    Press Briefing by Soona Samsami and Alireza Jafarzadeh Private Viewpoints May 15, 2003 MR. JAFARZADEH: Good day, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you very much for coming today. My name is Alireza Jafarzadeh with the National Council of Resistance of Iran, U.S ...

  5. Deadly Arsenals, Chapter 15: Iran

    Private Viewpoints January 1, 2002 Chapter covering the nuclear, missile, biological, and chemical weapon capabilities of Iran with an analysis of these capabilities in a strategic context.   Deadly Arsenals, Chapter 15: Iran Nuclear Missile Chemical Biol ...

  6. Iranian Arms Transfers: The Facts

    Private Viewpoints October 30, 2002 Report on the potential threat of Iran to U.S. interests and Iran’s efforts in relation to the modernization of its conventional arms. Iranian Arms Transfers: The Facts Nuclear Missile Chemical Biological Military Antho ...

  7. Proliferation Challenges after Iraq

    Private Viewpoints December 1, 2003 The Iraq war was a precedent-setting case in which forcible regime change was employed to achieve nonproliferation objectives. Yet the useof this policy instrument belies a larger failure of international efforts to hal ...