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  1. Iranian Ballistic Missile Tests Since the Nuclear Deal

    Since the July 2015 announcement of the nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran has tested as many as 14 ballistic missiles. This number is based on aggregated open-source reporting, as no official government or United Na ...

  2. Iranian Ballistic Missile Tests Since the Nuclear Deal – 2.0

    Private Viewpoints January 25, 2018 Executive Summary The Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) has identified as many as 23 ballistic missile launches by Iran since the conclusion of the July 2015 nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan ...

  3. Iranian Missiles and the Comprehensive Nuclear Deal

    Private Viewpoints May 7, 2014 The international community has been acutely concerned for many years about Iran's increasing capacity to produce material for nuclear weapons. With sufficient fissile material and a warhead design, Iran could use its e ...

  4. Iranian Regime Test Missiles with Range of 3,000 km, Capable of Carrying Nuclear War Heads

    Private Viewpoints October 28, 2009 NCRI- The long range missiles tested by the Iranian regime during the recent days' "Missile maneuver of the Prophet" have a range of up to 3,000 kilometers, according to the information provided by the Pe ...

  5. Iran’s New Shihab Missile and the Russian Connection

    Private Viewpoints September 24, 2004   Iran's new Baby Bottle Shihab shares family looks with vintage Soviet ballistic missiles, hinting at Russian expertise behind its design. This new Shihab has an increased range of nearly 1500 Km, and might be t ...

  6. Iran’s New “Baby Bottle” Shihab

    Private Viewpoints August 24, 2004 The latest released photographs of the Shihab 3 missile show a new warhead shaped like early generations of US and Soviet warheads. This may indicates that intends to fit a new type of weapon into the Shihab 3 warhead. O ...

  7. Iran’s Space Program and the Wall Between “Peaceful Purposes”

    Private Viewpoints October 1, 2020 The Lebanese-American poet Khalil Gibran wrote that “Sadness is but a wall between two gardens.” A similar barrier exists between using space for “peaceful purposes.”   On April 22, 2020, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Gua ...

  8. IRGC Designation Key Step in Preventing Nuclear Iran

    Private Viewpoints October 26, 2007 The designation of the IRGC and key Iranian Banks significantly hinders Iran’s ability to continue its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. The U.S. and its allies must continue to pressure the regime through increas ...

  9. IRGC Navy Commander Tangsiri: "We Have Floating Underground Cities [sic] and Coast-to-Sea Missiles; We Have Cities with Missile-Launching [Capability]... We Are Your Nightmare"

    Private Viewpoints July 22, 2020 In a wide-ranging July 5, 2020 interview with Sobh-e Sadeq, the weekly of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), IRGC navy commander Ali Reza Tangsiri reviewed his navy's latest innovations, including o ...

  10. Israel and Iran- A Risk of Crisis

    Private Viewpoints June 1, 2008 There are now strong indications that there is a greater possibility of conflict between Israel and Iran, the consequences of which could be deeply destabilizing for the region and for the world economy. Israel and Iran- A ...

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