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  1. Letter from Congressman Doug Lamborn to Treasury Secretary Lew Regarding Enforcing Sanctions Against Government Contractors

    Governments » United States » Congress » Members' Letters, Reports & Statements May 15, 2014 The Honorable Jack Lew Secretary of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Washington, DC 20220   Dear Secretary Lew, I am gravely concerned that our san ...

  2. Verified Complaint and Superseding Indictment Against Li Fangwei

    Li Fangwei is a national of the People's Republic of China. Li Fangwei controls a large network of industrial companies based in eastern China, one of which is LIMMT Economic and Trade Company, Ltd. ("LIMMT"). Over the years, Li Fangwei' ...

  3. Reward for Information on Li Fangwei

    The U.S. Department of State’s Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Chinese weapons proliferator Li Fangwei, also known as Karl Lee. Li Fangwei pre ...

  4. U.N. Experts' Report Shows Iran's Deceptive Procurement Tactics

    May 12, 2014 Louis Charbonneau The U.N. Panel of Experts responsible for monitoring the Security Council's sanctions on Iran reports that Tehran's illicit procurement efforts for its nuclear and missile programs may have slowed.  It is not clear ...

  5. Easing EU Sanctions on Iran

    Private Viewpoints June 1, 2014 Progress in the international negotiations with Iran on the country's nuclear program has increased the urgency to think through scenarios deemed highly unlikely only a year ago: How can the international community sen ...

  6. Easing U.S. Sanctions on Iran

    Private Viewpoints June 1, 2014 Since the seizure of U.S. hostages in Iran following the 1979 revolution, the U.S. government has imposed a succession of economic penalties against the Islamic Republic. The complexity and severity of these sanctions inten ...

  7. Testimony of John Lauder Before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on Verifying Iran's Nuclear Compliance

    Governments » United States » Congress » Hearings & Prepared Statements June 10, 2014 … A Gold-Standard Monitoring Regime: An effective monitoring regime for Iran, should have the following attributes:--It should be capable of detecting at least milit ...

  8. Testimony of Michael Singh of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Before the House Armed Services Committee on the P5+1 Negotiations Over Iran's Nuclear Program and its Implications for United States Defense

    The nuclear negotiations between the United States, our partners in the P5+1, and Iran involve a large number of technical issues, ranging from the number and sophistication of Iran's gas centrifuges to the configuration of its heavy-water research re ...

  9. 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 ...

  10. Background Briefing on P5+1 Negotiations

    We’ve had a mix of plenary sessions, expert meetings, bilaterals with all of the other countries here, and of course with Iran, and coordination sessions that are led by the High Representative of the European Union Catherine Ashton, who coordinates and le ...

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