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  1. New Iran Sanctions Could Have Grave Consequences

    Private Viewpoints January 6, 2014 In a letter today, a bipartisan group of senior foreign policy luminaries urged senators not to pass new sanctions against Iran, warning that additional sanctions would jeopardize ongoing diplomatic efforts and potential ...

  2. The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran: What Role?

    Private Viewpoints October 1, 2014 Iran’s persistent expansion of its uranium-enrichment program and its covert construction of an underground gas-centrifuge enrichment facility at Fordow have contributed to concerns that Tehran harbors nuclear weapons am ...

  3. Who Cares about an Iranian Nuclear Breakout? Beware of an Atomic "Sneak-Out"

    Private Viewpoints November 4, 2014 It’s time for America to rethink its strategy for preventing Iran from getting the Bomb. Negotiations over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program are foundering on the question of how much enrichment capacity it can be ...

  4. Iran’s Nuclear Smuggling Legacy: Finders Keepers?

    In sorting through Iran’s nuclear supplies, P5+1 must decide how to handle illegally gained materials and equipment Private Viewpoints November 18, 2014 WASHINGTON: As the clock ticks towards the November 24 deadline for concluding a deal with Iran to shu ...

  5. AIPAC Statement on Iran Talks Extension

    Private Viewpoints November 24, 2014 After a year of negotiations, Iran received another seven-month extension of the current talks without showing any willingness to abandon its quest to build nuclear weapons. It is particularly troubling that this new e ...

  6. Examining 10 Warning Signs of Iran Nuclear Weapons Development

    Private Viewpoints November 20, 2014 Executive Summary In its September 2014 report on Iranian nuclear program, IAEA stated: "The Agency remains concerned about the possible existence in Iran of undisclosed nuclear related activities involving milita ...

  7. Case Study: The Illicit Trade Network of Daniel Frosch

    Private Viewpoints January 5, 2015 In late December of 2014, a 32 year old Austrian named Daniel Frosch appeared in a courtroom in Graz and pleaded guilty to violating Austria's federal trade laws. For more than a decade prior, Frosch had been a dyna ...

  8. Is Iran Mass Producing Advanced Gas Centrifuge Components?

    Private Viewpoints May 30, 2017 The head of Iran’s nuclear program says Iran has the capability to initiate mass production of advanced centrifuges on short notice. The mass production of these centrifuges (or their components) would greatly expand Iran’s ...

  9. Critics Are Wrong: Iran Remains in Compliance with Nuclear Accord

    Private Viewpoints June 15, 2017 On 12 June, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano told the quarterly meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors that the agency is verifying and monitoring Iran’s implementation of ‘all its nu ...

  10. On Khamenei’s Orders, Tehran Accelerates Missile Activities and Tests After the Iran Nuclear Deal

    Private Viewpoints June 20, 2017 Since the start of the last round of nuclear negotiations in 2013, and especially after the conclusion of the nuclear deal – formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – in 2015, the Islamic Revolutio ...

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