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: May 2016

May 31, 2016: IAEA’s Second JCPOA Report: Key Information Still Missing,

The IAEA Iran JCPOA implementation reports continue to lack technical details about critical implementation issues.

May 27, 2016: Update on Iran’s Stocks of 3.5 Percent Low Enriched Uranium,

Blocking unjustified exemptions to the 300 kilogram cap, Revised from May 23, 2016.

May 26, 2016: State Department’s questionable testimony on U.S. heavy water purchase from Iran,

Clarification needed on State Department testimony regarding availability of non-Iranian heavy water.

May 23, 2016: Update on Iran’s Stocks of 3.5 Percent Low Enriched Uranium,

Blocking unjustified exemptions to the 300 kilogram cap

May 23, 2016: U.S. Purchase of Iran’s Heavy Water: Encouraging a Dangerous Nuclear Supplier,

A planned U.S. purchase of Iranian heavy water has several negative implications.

May 19, 2016: Case Study: Nuclear Traffickers Conspired to Procure High Speed Cameras,

Nuclear commodity traffickers worked to obtain controlled good for Iran from a Chinese agent who may have supplied North Korea.