Nuclear Warfare

Nuclear Warfare: In-Depth Reports

There Is a Precedent for Renegotiating Flawed Agreements

Is it realistic to try to deal with the flaws in the Iran agreement and change them? In fact, there’s precedent for it. Read More »

Inspections and Monitoring:
The Weak Link in the Iran Nuclear Deal

Over the last number of weeks, the great debate over Iran has focused on whether Iran is complying with the JCPOA from 2015. Is it keeping the Iran agreement or is it violating the Iran agreement. Frankly, this story and […] Read More »

Do the Original Assumptions Underlying the Iran Nuclear Agreement Have Any Basis Today?

There are multiple indications that Iranian violations of the JCPOA agreement have occurred, or are being planned. Read More »

Amb. Dore Gold’s Warning on Iran-North Korea Missile Cooperation

A prescient warning to the United States and Israel

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The False Narrative of Iranian Moderation

No Signs of Iranian Moderation, Only Aggression Read More »

Iranian Official and Social Media Call for the
Destruction of Israel after the JCPOA

The signing of the nuclear agreement with Iran has not stopped its religious, political, and military establishment – and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei – from propagating Israel’s destruction. Read More »

Rethinking the Iran Agreement

Current dangers of the Iran Agreement and what needs to be done.

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“The Iran Wars” – Briefing by Jay Solomon

Jay Solomon is the author of The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals that Reshaped the Middle East, and the chief foreign affairs correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. For nearly two decades, he has written from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, including stints in Jakarta, Seoul, New Delhi, and Washington. The Journal has nominated him for three Pulitzer Prizes. Read More »

Interview with Jay Solomon, author of “The Iran Wars”

The Iranian sanctions and the covert actions against Iran’s nuclear program began under the Bush Administration. When did the Obama Administration start changing directions? Are there any positive changes in Iran’s foreign policy since the nuclear agreement in 2015? Are the Iranian’s adhering to the JCPOA? Read More »

Iranian Dissidents Visit Israel, View Iran after the Nuclear Deal

After the Iran nuclear deal, a group of Iranian dissidents met with researchers at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs to discuss Iran in the post-agreement era, as part of the Center’s long-term project analyzing the Iranian role in the Middle East. While the dissidents who visited Israel cannot be identified, two Israeli experts who met with them – Dr. Avi Davidi, Director of the Jerusalem Center’s Iran project, and Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, former head of research of IDF Military Intelligence – describe the outcome of the meeting.
See also the full study, Iran in the Post-Nuclear Deal Era: Iranian Dissidents’ Perspective, by Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser and Dr. Avi Davidi Read More »

Iranian Dissidents Visit Israel, View Iran after the Nuclear Deal

Iranian dissidents met with Israeli researchers to discuss Iran after the nuclear deal. Read More »

One Year after the Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran is reaping the benefits; the West pays the price of its weakness; and we will all live with the consequences Read More »

Matthias Küntzel, Germany and Iran: From the Aryan Axis to the Nuclear Threshold

Küntzel’s book demonstrates that if Iran should acquire nuclear weapons and use them against the Jews of Israel, then Germany will have played a central role in paving the way for the Iranian perpetrators. Read More »

Will the West Defend Its Own Values Against Radical Islam?

U.S. policy toward Iran could endanger the region Read More »

Vital Points on the Iran Deal: Major Flaws and Positive Elements

Deal paves Iran’s route to a nuclear arsenal Read More »