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  1. What's at Stake in New Nuclear Talks With Iran?

    There has been a flurry of speculation recently about what to expect from nuclear talks with Iran to be held next week in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Back in December, the United States and its partners dusted off a proposal they had put to Iran earlier in 2012, w ...

  2. The Impact of Sanctions

    During the past year, the United States, the European Union, and others have put into place the strongest sanctions yet against Iran. These measures restrict business with Iran’s energy, financial, and transport sectors and, in the case of the United State ...

  3. What Does Syria Teach Us About Iran?

    The U.S. response in Syria provides important insights into the situation in Iran, according to a panel discussion hosted by the Wisconsin Project. The likelihood that the United States will use force in Iran during the remainder of the Obama administratio ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. 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 ...

  7. The Iran Nuclear Deal: How to Increase Public Transparency

    The landmark nuclear deal with Iran, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) turned two years old on July 14. Yet two years after it was agreed to, and 18 months after the start of its implementation, the public has no clear sense of how t ...

  8. More Eyes on More Data: Prospects for Restricting Iran's Missile Program Using Open Sources

    The United States withdrew from the nuclear agreement with Iran – the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – in part because it did not address the threat posed by Iran's missile program. Following this withdrawal, the United States has expande ...

  9. 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” ...

  10. The Iran Deal: Who Has the Leverage?

    This month marks the anniversary of the historic nuclear accord the United States and five other countries concluded with Iran a year ago. As a result of the accord, Iran has restricted the most worrisome parts of its nuclear program for a period of time, ...

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