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  1. The JCPOA Dispute Mechanism: Resolving Noncompliance or Stalling for Time?

    The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran entered a new phase last month when the European parties to the agreement triggered its dispute resolution mechanism. The move comes months after Iran began taking steps that violate the JCPOA' ...

  2. The Missile Sanctions Gap: Re-Aligning U.S. and EU Iran Designations

    The ongoing effort by the United States to identify and designate companies and individuals supporting Iran's missile program stands in contrast to the European Union, which has not sanctioned any Iran-related entities of proliferation concern since ...

  3. The Mullahs and the Bomb

    With much fanfare, and the reluctant endorsement of the Bush administration, Iran has vowed to suspend its controversial effort to produce enriched uranium- which can be used as fuel in nuclear weapons- and to clear up a host of suspicions about its nucle ...

  4. The Step-by-Step Unravelling of the Iran Nuclear Deal

    July 25, 2019 Articles and Reports Nuclear Tension between Iran and the West has increased over the past year since the United States withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and launched a "maximum pressure" campaign aimed a ...

  5. Time is Running Out to Reign in Iran's Arms Transfers and Missile Development

    September 25, 2019 Articles and Reports Missile Military The attacks earlier this month on critical oil facilities in Saudi Arabia have sharpened the focus on the ways in which Iran is using its missile capabilities to destabilize the Middle East, includi ...

  6. Trading with the Enemy

    In March, President Bush marked the six-month anniversary of September 11 by warning us once again of the peril posed by weapons of mass destruction. From the south lawn of the White House, he cautioned that "terrorist groups are hungry for these wea ...

  7. Treasury Hammers Iranian Shipper

    The U.S. Treasury Department this week extended sanctions against Iran's national shipping company, the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL)- blacklisting 37 front companies and five individuals that have helped IRISL evade U.S. sanctions. ...

  8. Troubled Waters: An Update on Iran's Sanctioned State Shipping Line

    Nearly four years after the United States first sanctioned the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and its fleet, the company appears to be struggling to stay afloat. IRISL has been scrambling in recent months, setting up new front companies, ...

  9. Two Years In, Iran Nuclear Deal Needs a Healthy Dose of Transparency

    The Hill July 14, 2017 Articles and Reports Nuclear Today marks the two year anniversary of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Speaking from Vienna on July 14, 2015, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry heralded the nuclear agreement with Iran as  &quo ...

  10. U.S. Failure to Follow Through on Sanctions is Baffling

    Last week, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported once again that Iran had defied U.N. Security Council demands to stop enriching uranium. And in response, the United States once again demanded that international sanctions against Iran be made mo ...

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