Iran's Nuclear Program

This page contains links to background essays and other documents authored by the Wisconsin Project that describe Iran's nuclear weapon-related efforts. These documents focus on the history of Iran's nuclear program and provide an overall assessment of Iran's nuclear capability.

This page also contains links to other nuclear-related content on Iran Watch, including profiles of Iranian entities and their suppliers, summaries of news articles, and documents from the Library published by governments and multilateral organizations.

Iranian Entities

Nuclear, Missile, Military
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January 26, 2004
A major producer of electronic systems and products in Iran, including electronic components for Iranian weapons systems; a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ministry of Defense Armed Forces Logistics (MODAFL) and a sister-organization to Aerospace Industries Organization (AIO), Defense Industries Organization (DIO) (see separate entity records), and...
Nuclear, Missile
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December 13, 2017
A dual Iranian-British citizen; allegedly facilitated a money laundering scheme that involved international payment transactions or cross-border payments through Slovenia's largest state-owned bank, Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB); NLB is being investigated for reportedly laundering around 1 billion Euros from Iran between 2008 and 2010, in violation...
Nuclear
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July 13, 2011
Linked to the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) and acted as a contractor at an Iranian nuclear facility managed by Kalaye Electric, according to the U.S. Treasury Department.  

Suppliers

Nuclear, Missile, Military
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June 30, 2009
Principal and commercial manager of LIMMT Economic and Trade Company, Ltd. (LIMMT); supplies goods to entities involved in Iran's ballistic missile program.
Nuclear
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November 19, 2015
A German-Iranian businessman convicted by the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg in 2013 for violating Germany's Foreign Trade Act and War Weapons Control Act in connection with the export of valves to Iran; received a four-year prison sentence and a fine of 250,000 Euros; in 2011, facilitated the...
Nuclear
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November 19, 2015
A German-Iranian businessman convicted and sentenced to 18 months probation by the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg in 2013 for violating Germany's Foreign Trade Act and War Weapons Control Act in connection with the export of valves to Iran; acted as part of a procurement network for Iran's...