• Event

    Iran’s Nuclear Program: The Challenge for Transparency

    • George Perkovich, Danielle Pletka, Shaul Bakhash
    • March 23, 2005
    • Washington, D.C.

    Panel discussion on the challenges posed by Iran's nuclear program featuring Carnegie's George Perkovich.

    • Op-Ed

    The Future of Bush Administration Strategy

    • Anatol Lieven
    • January 12, 2005
    • Caijing Financial Magazine (Beijing)

    US representatives have given the Iranian government little reason to give up its weapons program. At the same time, administration rhetoric seems to be boxing the US into a position where Washington may feel that it has no choice but to bomb Iran’s nuclear sites itself, or allow Israel to do so. This could easily lead to a spiral or retaliation leading eventually to full-scale conflict.

    • Event

    Iran: What's Next?

    The United States faces mounting concerns about Iran’s quest for a nuclear fuel cycle and the escalating insurgency in Iraq. Listen to a discussion on the prospects for moving beyond the current – and quite possibly dangerous – stalemate in U.S-Iranian relations.

    • Event

    Struggle for Power in Iran

    Democracy and Rule of Law Project discusses the implications of political turmoil in Iran. Audio from this event is available shortly.

    • Op-Ed

    Solidarity with Iran

    On Friday, there was a coup d'etat in Iran. By preventing thousands of democratic candidates from participating in the parliamentary elections, the clerics eliminated yet another relatively independent institution of political power. Their next target is the presidency.

    • Op-Ed

    A Zombie at Large in the Middle East

    Current US strategy in the "war on terrorism" is a kind of zombie. It has been killed, slowly and painfully, by the Iraqi Sunni Arab insurgency of recent months. Its rotting corpse still walks around as if alive but as time goes by more and more bits are going to fall off. The question for uncommitted European governments is whether they should join this spectacle.

    • Testimony

    Global Energy Security Issues

    Increasing oil production in Iraq will not alleviate the potential problems in other important oil producing regions, including West Africa, Latin America, and new producers in the Caspian region. The United States must anticipate energy security threats from these regions and prepare for them in advance.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Ballistic Missile Capabilities in the Middle East

    • April 26, 2002

    Israeli-Palestinian tensions and continued talk of military action against Iraq has raised fears of a wider war in the region. For background on the possible use of weapons of mass destruction in future conflicts, we provide summaries on the missile capabilities of countries in the Middle East adapted from a forthcoming Carnegie study.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Chemical and Biological Weapons in the Middle East

    • April 16, 2002

    Raging violence between Israelis and Palestinians has raised fears of a wider war in the region. For background on the possible use of weapons of mass destruction in future conflicts, this analysis summarizes on the chemical and biological weapon capabilities of countries in the Middle East.

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