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  1. Report of Iran Monkey Launch Prompts Concern over Missiles

    January 29, 2013 Megan Gannon, NBC News Iran's space agency launched a monkey into space using the Kavoshgar-5 rocket, according to Iranian media reports. NBC News ...

  2. Prepared Statement by Carolyn Bartholomew Before the U.S.- China Economic and Security Review Commission: China's Proliferation to North Korea and Iran, and its Role in Addressing the Nuclear and Missile Situation in Both Countries

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements September 14, 2006 Today we will hear testimony concerning the political, economic, and securityrelated consequences of these relationships for the United States. An important mea ...

  3. Prepared Testimony by Assistant Secretary of Defense Peter Rodman Before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission: China's Proliferation to North Korea and Iran, and its Role in Addressing the Nuclear and Missile Situation in Both Countries

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements September 14, 2006 Two events occurred this past summer that give these issues particular salience: the July 4 North Korean missile tests and Hezbollah’s use of Chinese-designed C ...

  4. Prepared Statement by Ehsan M. Ahrari Before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission: China's Proliferation to North Korea and Iran, and its Role in Addressing the Nuclear and Missile Situation in Both Countries

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements September 14, 2006 I discuss a number of broad themes involving these two countries, some recent developments in those themes, and their implications for the United States. As int ...

  5. Prepared Statement by Ilan Berman Before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission: China's Proliferation to North Korea and Iran, and its Role in Addressing the Nuclear and Missile Situation in Both Countries

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements September 14, 2006 It is a topic of utmost importance. Today, Iran’s nuclear ambitions have emerged as a cardinal challenge for the United States and its allies. Over the past fou ...

  6. Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr Announces Further Australian Sanctions on Iran

    Governments » Australia » Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade January 10, 2013 Foreign Minister Bob Carr today announced further Australian sanctions on Iran, affecting the financial, trade, energy and transport sectors. “These sanctions further incre ...

  7. Remarks by Spokesperson Victoria Nuland on Joint Treasury and State Department Actions Targeting Sanctions Against Iranian Nuclear Enrichment and Proliferation Networks

    Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of State December 13, 2012 Today the Secretaries of State and Treasury have imposed sanctions on seven Iranian private sector companies and five individuals for proliferating weapons of mass dest ...

  8. Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; Imposition of Nonproliferation Measures Against Foreign Persons, Including a Ban on U.S. Government Procurement

    Federal Register Volume 78, Number 28 (Pages 9768-9769) [FR Doc No: 2013-03030] Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of State February 11, 2013 SUMMARY: A determination has been made that a number of foreign persons have engaged in ...

  9. Firms Reported to Have Sold Iran Refined Petroleum Products or Engaged in Commercial Activities in Iran's Energy Sector

    Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Government Accountability Office December 7, 2012 Our reviews of open sources published between January 1, 2009 and September 30, 2012 identified a total of 17 foreign firms that were reported to have sold ...

  10. Prepared Testimony by Gary Milhollin Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Hearing: The Arming of Iran

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements May 6, 1997 I am pleased to appear today before this distinguished Subcommittee, which has asked me to discuss the question of who is helping Iran build weapons of mass destructio ...

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