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Sanctions and the Iran Deal

Aaron Stein | Jul 24, 2015 | Relevancy Score: 419.2

Sanctions relief is a super important part of the Iran deal. It can also be kind of boring. We know boring. We study arms control verification, for pete’s sake. But…


CBMs Gone Wild

Geoff Forden | May 17, 2010 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

willing to ship the LEU out of country. But the West’s inflexibility on Iran goes much deeper than simply not recognizing a shift in Iran’s attitude toward the refueling deal….


The Fate of the IAEA’s PMD File

Mark Hibbs | Dec 11, 2012 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

of Iran’s nuclear program if in fact the U.S. administration decides to take the plunge and try to strike a deal with Iran. My initial thoughts on it are here….


Condi Rice & FRG on Sino-Pak deal

Mark Hibbs | Jul 17, 2011 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

The German federal government has published in its journal of record its answer to questions submitted a month ago by lawmakers concerning the then-upcoming 2011 plenary meeting of…


What sort of deal does North Korea expect?

Joshua Pollack | Jul 18, 2019 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

While we’re waiting to hear whether US-DPRK talks ever get on track, it may be worth reflecting on just what Pyongyang imagined would come out of the…


TRR Tradeoffs

Joshua Pollack | Oct 06, 2009 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

The immediate advantages of last week’s agreement-in-principle between Iran and the P5+1 / E3+3 are pretty clear. Iran gets about five years’ worth of fuel for the Tehran Research Reactor…


Chinese Chashma Poker Chip?

Mark Hibbs | Mar 23, 2013 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

…that he obtained from the State Department news that China and Pakistan had made a new reactor deal, Pakistan media were already engaged in wishful thinking about Pakistan importing what…


Moving forward on China, Pakistan, and the NSG

Mark Hibbs | Jun 23, 2011 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

…the Chashma site in Pakistan. That was interesting because until then there had been only rumors and unconfirmed assertions by officials in Islamabad that this deal was in the bag….


Iran Miscellany

Paul Kerr | Apr 03, 2006 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

idea of doing a deal, even a deal that would solve the nuclear problem. You don’t do a deal that would effectively legitimate this regime that he considers fundamentally illegitimate….


Pakistan and the FMCT

Michael Krepon | Feb 26, 2012 | Relevancy Score: 349.34

…on existing production – the very agreement that Pakistan wholeheartedly resists. Another problem with an FMCT, Pakistani officials say, is the civil nuclear deal offered to India by the United…




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