ISIS Iran Reports

The following reports address specific issues in Iran's nuclear programs, whether imagery analysis of ongoing work at a nuclear site such as Natanz, our assessment of the latest IAEA report on Iran’s implementation of its safeguards obligations, or a summary of where the various U.S. Presidential candidates stand on the issues.

Archive: January 2013

January 30, 2013: Day after Alleged Sabotage at Fordow: Hardly the Expected Emergency Response,

Satellite imagery from the day following the alleged underground explosion at the Fordow fuel enrichment site shows not exterior signs of damage and no significant emergency or clean up activity.

January 25, 2013: Taking Stock and Moving Forward on the Issue of the Parchin High Explosives Test Site,

In satellite imagery from January 17, 2013 several activities at the site appear to be almost complete while there is also evidence of new construction work

January 16, 2013: Steering Iran Away from Building Nuclear Weapons,

Methods from the past may stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons today and in the future and avoiding war.

January 14, 2013: U.S. Nonproliferation Strategy for the Changing Middle East,

A major study and recommendations on the policy towards Iran’s nuclear program and wider Middle East nonproliferation issues. The report is co-authored by David Albright,, Mark Dubowitz, Orde Kittrie, Leonard Spector and Michael Yaffe.