Proliferation

Backgrounder

Iran's Nuclear Program

Author: Greg Bruno

Iran's nuclear program is believed to have steadily progressed, despite sharply increased concerns over its intentions and sanctions over its lack of transparency.

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WSJ: Iran Sanctions Face New Hurdle

Authors: Jay Solomon and James E. Lyons

U.S. fears Brazil and Turkey may weaken action toward economic sanctions against Iran at U.N. Security Council; high-level talks in China are trying to reestablish coordial relations aimed towards gaining Chinese support.

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RUSI: NATO's Tactical Nuclear Dilemma

Authors: Malcolm Chalmers and Simon Lunn

The purpose of this study is therefore to assess current thinking in NATO as it begins the development of the new Concept on the role of nuclear weapons, and the related questions of disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation.

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Interview

A Strategy for Iran

David Albright interviewed by Bernard Gwertzman

The recent IAEA report finding strong evidence of Iran's efforts to develop a nuclear warhead suggests the U.S. should start working on strategies that include sanctions and building stronger alliances in the region, says nuclear expert David Albright.

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The New Republic: Bombs Away

Author: Matthew Kroenig

In this The New Republic op-ed, Matthew Kroenig discusses Beijing and Moscow's reluctance to enforce sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, suggesting both countries may see an upside to a nuclear-armed Iran.

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