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  1. Concerns about a Reduction of Transparency in IAEA Reporting on Iran’s Nuclear Program

    Private Viewpoints November 28, 2016 While the U.S. administration maintains that Iran has thus far complied with the nuclear deal, the recent International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report indicates that for the second time, Iran has exceeded the Joint ...

  2. Constraining Iran's Future Nuclear Capabilities

    Private Viewpoints March 28, 2019 I. INTRODUCTION AND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The United States needs a new strategy for effectively constraining Iran’s future nuclear capabilities. The Trump administration’s current approach has little chance of succeeding. Bu ...

  3. Constraining Iran's Missile Capabilities

    Private Viewpoints March 28, 2019 I. INTRODUCTION AND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY For decades, the United States has sought to constrain Iran’s missile program, both because it poses a conventional military threat to regional stability and because it can provide a ...

  4. Contain, Enforce, and Engage: An Integrated U.S. Strategy to Address Iran’s Nuclear and Regional Challenges

    Private Viewpoints October 26, 2017 FOREWORD The United States ended a thirty-five-year diplomatic vacuum with Tehran with one objective in mind: to stop it from developing a nuclear weapon. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) did precisely tha ...

  5. Containing Tehran: Understanding Iran’s Power and Exploiting Its Vulnerabilities

    Private Viewpoints January 6, 2020 Following the U.S. killing of Qasem Soleimani, head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force (IRGC-QF), the United States and Iran are involved in an escalating conflict. What is badly needed now is a coherent ...

  6. Conversion of Fordow: Another Unfulfilled Hope of the Iran Nuclear Deal

    Private Viewpoints July 10, 2019 The 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), implemented in January 2016, specified that the Fordow enrichment facility in Iran would be converted into a “nuclear, physics and technology centre” with the purpose of ...

  7. Countering Iran in the Gray Zone

    What the United States Should Learn from Israel’s Operations in Syria Private Viewpoints April 14, 2020 Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979 and especially since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, Iran has become highly proficient in using its surrogates ...

  8. Countering Iran’s Nuclear Challenge

    Private Viewpoints December 14, 2005 Western efforts to negotiate an end to Iran’s nuclear program have been unable to produce results. Tehran has made a few concessions but remains intransigent on the issue of enrichment and developing a fuel cycle that ...

  9. Countering Russian-Iranian Millitary Cooperation

    Private Viewpoints April 5, 2001 Policy points on how the U.S. should proceed in preventing greater military cooperation between Russia and Iran. Moscow has supplied Tehran with advanced weaponry and technology that is beneficial for the production of wea ...

  10. Critics Are Wrong: Iran Remains in Compliance with Nuclear Accord

    Private Viewpoints June 15, 2017 On 12 June, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano told the quarterly meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors that the agency is verifying and monitoring Iran’s implementation of ‘all its nu ...

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