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: August 2015

August 31, 2015: Preliminary Assessment of the JCPOA Procurement Channel,

Regulation of Iran’s Future Nuclear and Civil Imports and Considerations for the Future

August 28, 2015: ISIS Analysis of the IAEA Iran Safeguards Report,

ISIS’s analysis of the IAEA’s August 2015 Iran safeguards report.

August 18, 2015: Breakout Timelines Under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,

An analysis of the critical criteria of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that a twelve month breakout timeline is necessary for Iran’s remaining gas centrifuge program.

August 13, 2015: Flawed Analysis by Robert Kelley in IHS Jane’s 360,

Robert Kelley has written a misleading, inaccurate report in IHS Jane’s 360 about a suspect site at the Parchin military complex and our institute’s analysis of that site.

August 10, 2015: WP Op-Ed: What Iran’s Hostile Reaction to the Parchin Issue Means for the Nuclear Deal,

If Iran sticks to its strategy, one can expect an impasse that includes Iran refusing to allow the IAEA the access it needs to sites and scientists within the coming months.

August 7, 2015: Satellite Imagery Does Not Support Iranian Road Work Claim at Parchin,

No visible evidence to support Iran’s counter claims about renewed activity at Parchin.

August 5, 2015: Renewed Activity at the Parchin Site in Iran,

Satellite images show renewed activity at a site at the Parchin military complex that is linked to past high explosive work on nuclear weapons.

August 4, 2015: Testimony of David Albright before SFRC on JCPOA,

Hearing entitled “Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA): Non-Proliferation, Inspections, and Nuclear Constraints”