Executive Director Valerie Lincy and Sharon Squassoni discuss increasing transparency under the JCPOA.
This is a list of the Wisconsin Project’s work related to nuclear weapons. One nuclear weapon could kill millions and destroy the natural environment. It is the most dangerous weapon on earth. Preventing the spread of technology and material that can be used in such weapons is the Wisconsin Project’s founding mission and our ongoing objective.
Increasing Transparency under the JCPOA
Executive Director Valerie Lincy's remarks on transparency under the Iran nuclear deal at VCDNP's event: Transparency and the NPT: New Goals and Norms
Pyongyang’s Growing Nuclear Arsenal
North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear weapons test in September 2016, which was its strongest to date. At the same time, operations continue at the Yongbyon Nuclear Research Center, North Korea’s primary fissile material production facility. Pyongyang is producing both plutonium and highly enriched uranium (HEU) at Yongbyon, and is expanding operations there.
Iran’s Nuclear Veil
How to increase transparency under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Another Iranian Bank Receives Early Sanctions Relief
Another Iranian bank has received sanctions relief earlier than anticipated under the nuclear deal with Iran. The European Union’s sanctions on state-owned Bank Saderat Iran and its London-based subsidiary, BankSaderat…
The Real Problem with Iran’s Nuclear Exemptions is Secrecy
The controversy over the Iran nuclear agreement was reignited last week, after a new report revealed secret exemptions Iran received in order to meet the requirements of the agreement. The…
A History of Iran’s Nuclear Program
This is a brief history of Iran’s progress toward the ability to build a nuclear weapon. The emphasis is on achievements, rather than motives. The achievements presented here have been…
The Iran Deal: Who Has the Leverage?
Panelists Olli Heinonen Kenneth Katzman (*) David Kay John Lauder Michael Singh Moderated by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control This month marks the anniversary of the historic nuclear…
The Iran Deal: One Year Later
On the first anniversary of the nuclear deal with Iran, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran Watch is publishing a compendium of its year-long analysis of the…
The Iran Nuclear Agreement: What Comes Next?
Remarks at the Heritage Foundation, Washington D.C. The nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 was officially implemented in January 2016. As a result, Iran has agreed to restrict the most…