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  1. Ballistic and Cruise Missile Threat

    Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of Defense July 10, 2013 Many countries view ballistic and cruise missile systems as cost-effective weapons and symbols of national power. In addition, they present an asymmetric threat to US air ...

  2. If All Else Fails: The Challenges of Containing a Nuclear-Armed Iran

    Private Viewpoints May 1, 2013 The Obama administration's stated policy is to prevent – not contain – a nuclear-armed Iran, and all indications suggest that that the administration means what it says. Given the destabilizing consequences that would e ...

  3. Assessment of Nuclear Monitoring and Verification Technologies

    Department of Defense Defense Science Board Task Force Report Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of Defense January 24, 2014... Too many factors have changed, and are changing, from our historic basis and experience in the Cold Wa ...

  4. Iran After the Bomb: How Would a Nuclear-Armed Tehran Behave?

    Private Viewpoints May 17, 2013 Iran's acquisition of nuclear weapons is not a foregone conclusion. The U.S. policy of imposing sanctions on Iran while pursuing diplomatic engagement may still dissuade the Islamic Republic from developing a nuclear w ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. 90-Day Report by Committee Chairman Pursuant to Paragraph 18(h) of Resolution 1737

    The Committee twice reached out to Iran last year in relation to incidents investigated by the Panel of Experts: we wrote on 12 April 2013 in relation to the Panel's unanimous conclusion that Iran's launches of the Shahab 1 and 3 missiles during ...

  7. Achievements of and Outlook for Sanctions on Iran

    Most experts agree that the multilateral sanctions imposed on Iran since 2010 have contributed significantly to producing flexibility in Iran's position on the scope of its nuclear program. There is similar agreement that the effect of sanctions on Ir ...

  8. Testimony of Michael Singh of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Before the House Armed Services Committee on the P5+1 Negotiations Over Iran's Nuclear Program and its Implications for United States Defense

    The nuclear negotiations between the United States, our partners in the P5+1, and Iran involve a large number of technical issues, ranging from the number and sophistication of Iran's gas centrifuges to the configuration of its heavy-water research re ...

  9. Additional Treasury and State Designations Targeting Networks Linked to Iranian WMD Proliferation and Sanctions Evasion

    ​Underscores Continued U.S. Commitment to Enforce Existing Sanctions and Maintain Pressure on Iran over its Nuclear Program Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of the Treasury December 12, 2013 WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Departme ...

  10. Adherence to and Compliance With Arms Control, Nonproliferation, and Disarmament Agreements and Commitments (Excerpts)

    Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of State April 19, 2022 [...] ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN (IRAN) FINDING During the 2021 reporting period, Iran continued to expand its uranium enrichment activities and stocks of enriched uranium, ...

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