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  1. Danger Ahead?

    Private Viewpoints November 29, 2004 T he latest compromise worked out by Iran and three Europeans nations could help rein in Iran's nuclear program or provide cover for Iran's development of an atomic weapons capability. After breaking previous ...

  2. IAEA's Free Pass to Iran

    Private Viewpoints September 27, 2004 The latest IAEA resolution grants Iran more time to come clean about its nuclear activities and fails to refer Tehran to the U.N. security council to help slow Iran's pursuit of nuclear arms. After negotiations o ...

  3. Iran, Again

    Private Viewpoints June 28, 2004 Ignoring intensive diplomatic efforts, Iran continues to pursue its nuclear weapons program, whose completion would pose unacceptable global dangers. The U.N.'s nuclear agency has consistently but ineffectually report ...

  4. Iran Bill Imposes Most Comprehensive Sanctions Ever

    Private Viewpoints July 31, 2012 The Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 (H.R. 1905), when coupled with existing sanctions legislation, represents the strongest set of sanctions to isolate any country in the world during peacetime. On ...

  5. Remarks by Robert Joseph, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security on Countering the Iranian Nuclear Threat

    At the Annual Dinner of the Greater Washington Area Council for the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee Private Viewpoints February 1, 2006 Late last year, the British Museum sponsored a major exhibit entitled "The Forgotten Empire: The World of ...

  6. Blocking the Bomb: Can Middle Eastern Nuclear Designs be Stopped?

    AIPAC Policy Conference with Ariel Levite and Paula DeSutter Private Viewpoints May 16, 2004 MR.: (In progress)-- this forum is on the weapons proliferation, weapons of mass destruction proliferation in the Middle East. Those of you who know me, and have ...

  7. Defined Threat

    Private Viewpoints February 7, 2005 In the months since Iran promised three European countries (EU-3) that it would temporarily halt illicit nuclear work in return for possible economic incentives, it has become clear that the Islamic republic views the s ...

  8. Iran Continues to Defy International Community by Developing Nuclear Weapons and the Means to Deliver Them

    Private Viewpoints October 18, 2004 At a meeting next month, the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will have its sixth chance in two years to act against Iran's illicit nuclear program by referring Iran to the U.N. Security Counci ...

  9. Iran, North Korea, and the NPT’s Loopholes

    Interview with Lawrence Scheinman, Professor of International Policy at the Monterey Institute of International Studies Private Viewpoints January 27, 2005 Lawrence Scheinman, a top arms control official in the Clinton administration, says he is concerned ...

  10. Transition 2005: U.S. Policy Towards Iran

    Private Viewpoints January 12, 2005 Speaker: Kenneth M. Pollack, senior fellow and director of research, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, The Brookings Institution; author, "The Persian Puzzle: The Conflict Between Iran and America" Speaker: ...

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