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  1. North Korea Shows Dangers of Half-Deal With Iran

    North Korea’s nuclear saga is a cautionary tale for anyone attempting to bargain with the Islamic Republic. Before making any halfway deal, U.S. and European diplomats should insist that Iran remove itself from the path that North Korea so easily followed. ...

  2. How U.S. Can Break Up Iran's Long Nuclear Game

    There has been a lot of talk about Iran making a sudden dash for the bomb. The fear is that, with its thousands of gas centrifuges and its tons of enriched uranium, Iran might be able to make a bomb’s worth of nuclear fuel before the U.S. or any other coun ...

  3. Iran's Long Nuclear Game, or How Iran Could Get the Bomb

    There has been a lot of talk about Iran making a sudden dash for the bomb. With its thousands of gas centrifuges, and its tons of enriched uranium, Iran might be able to make a bomb’s worth of nuclear fuel before any other country, such as the United State ...

  4. How to Deal With a Nuclear Iran

    The continuing nuclear talks with Iran have just entered their most challenging phase. During the next six months, the U.S. and its negotiating partners will try, in the words of President Barack Obama, to persuade Iran to agree on a “peaceful nuclear prog ...

  5. Four Reasons Why Accounting for Iran's Alleged Nuclear Weapons Work Still Matters

    June 17, 2015 Articles and Reports Secretary of State John Kerry appears to have conceded a key issue in the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran: whether Iran will have to account for alleged past activities related to nuclear weapons development. In a video ...

  6. Iran Nuclear Deal Timeline: What's Next?

    This narrative describes Iran’s commitments under the nuclear agreement and the commitments made by the United States and its negotiating partners in return. ...

  7. Gone but not Forgotten: Entities Removed from Official Blacklists on Implementation Day

    Iran and the P5+1 announced on January 16, 2016 that Iran had met its initial obligations under the terms of the nuclear agreement. “Implementation Day” brought a first round of sanctions relief for Iran, including the removal of some 600 individuals and ...

  8. The Iran Deal: One Year Later

    On the first anniversary of the nuclear deal with Iran, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran Watch is publishing a compendium of its year-long analysis of the agreement. Below are links to articles and reports written on various a ...

  9. Iran’s Nuclear Veil

    The day is fast approaching when the new American administration, led by President Donald J. Trump, will conduct an unfriendly review of the nuclear pact with Iran reached in 2015. No one knows what this review will produce. If the President decides to &q ...

  10. Lesson Learned or Business as Usual?

    ZTE, China’s largest publicly traded telecommunications manufacturer and the fourth largest in the world, engaged in a scheme to ship more than 20 million U.S.-origin items to Iran. The company used multiple avenues to evade U.S. sanctions and export contr ...

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