An expert panel hosted by the Wisconsin Project examines using open source tools to restrict Iran’s missile program.
A federal indictment unsealed last month provides the latest illustration of the methods used by Iranian procurement agents to illicitly procure U.S.-origin goods for export to Iran.
A recently unsealed indictment provides detail on Iran’s use of deceptive practices to procure export controlled items with military applications from the U.S. and elsewhere.
Iran was once again on the agenda at a plenary meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) last week in Paris. The body decided not to re-impose the severe…
The plight of Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE may have eased this week, as U.S. and Chinese officials met in Washington for high-level trade talks.
The ongoing effort by the U.S. to identify and designate entities supporting Iran’s missile program stands in contrast to the EU.
Events over the past week have created mounting pressure to address Iran’s ballistic missile program and its missile and arms exports.
Nuclear Verification Capabilities Independent Task Force of the Federation of American Scientists Third Report – September 2017 The goal of this Task Force report is to offer findings and make…
1985: Then-speaker of the Iranian Majlis Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani leads a high-level delegation to Libya, Syria, North Korea, and China, reportedly to acquire missiles. 1985: Iran receives its first…
A bipartisan panel hosted by the Wisconsin Project found that increased public transparency is essential for achieving an accurate understanding of Iran’s compliance with the nuclear agreement.