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  1. British Navy’s Missile Seizure Implicates More Than Just Iran

    In early 2022, a British Royal Navy ship intercepted small boats carrying weaponry in international waters south of Iran. The evidence strongly suggests that the weapons came from Iran, but a deeper investigation also points to companies based in several ...

  2. Iran Watch Newsletter: August 2022

    August 31, 2022 Newsletters This month’s newsletter features an analysis of the British Royal Navy’s seizure earlier this year of a weapons shipment headed for Yemen. Evidence suggests that the seized missile components came from Iran, but a deeper invest ...

  3. Iran Watch Newsletter: July 2022

    July 29, 2022 Newsletters This month’s newsletter features updates to a table tracking the capabilities of Iran’s missile arsenal and to a report estimating how quickly Iran could enrich enough uranium to fuel a small nuclear arsenal. The missile table in ...

  4. Iran Watch Newsletter: June 2022

    June 30, 2022 Newsletters This month’s newsletter features an update to a timeline tracking milestones in Iran’s missile program as well as an update to the table detailing Iran’s centrifuge models and status. New entries to the missile timeline include t ...

  5. Iran Watch Newsletter: May 2022

    May 26, 2022 Newsletters This month's newsletter features an update to a timeline tracking Iran’s nuclear progress. New entries cover the appointment of a U.N.-sanctioned individual as head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), a monitori ...

  6. Iran Watch Newsletter: April 2022

    April 28, 2022 Newsletters This month's newsletter features an international enforcement action detailing Iranian efforts to procure counter-drone technologies from the United States. Court documents and business records show that even though the att ...

  7. Drones and Directed Energy at Center of Procurement Network

    From 2017 to 2018, an Iranian procurement network attempted to export sensitive counter-drone technology from the United States to Iran. Iranian national Jalal Rohollahnejad directed the scheme from Iran while working for Rayan Roshd Afzar (Rayan Roshd), ...

  8. Iran Watch Newsletter: March 2022

    March 31, 2022 Newsletters This month's newsletter features updates to a table tracking Iran’s centrifuges and a report estimating Iran’s ability to make a dash to produce fuel for a small nuclear arsenal. The centrifuge table sets out the capacity a ...

  9. Iran Watch Newsletter: February 2022

    February 28, 2022 Newsletters This month's newsletter features a report on Iran’s asymmetric use of its conventional military capabilities. Tehran and its proxies, led by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), have gained regional influence by ...

  10. Leveling the Field: Iran’s Asymmetric Use of Conventional Military Capabilities

    Iran views its external security as reliant on its ability to exert influence in the Middle East. Owing to Tehran’s relative diplomatic and economic isolation, military power is the main tool available to Iran’s leaders for attaining this objective. To be ...

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