A network based in Pakistan and the UAE continues to acquire sensitive goods for Pakistan’s nuclear and missile programs.
During a pair of roundtables convened by the Wisconsin Project, experts analyzed the implications of information contained in Iran’s so-called “nuclear archive.”
How soon Iran could enrich enough uranium to fuel a small nuclear arsenal? And once Iran has the enriched uranium, how long would it take to turn it into a weapon?
Analysis of an export enforcement case involving export-controlled machine tools sent to Iran via the UAE.
On 30 August 2019, the Bureau of Industry and Security of the US Commerce Department published due diligence guidance for exports to Pakistan.
Tracking India’s nuclear weapons program since 1945.
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…
Tracking North Korea’s progress toward a nuclear weapon since 1962.
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.
The Hill July 14, 2017 Today marks the two year anniversary of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Speaking from Vienna on July 14, 2015, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry heralded…