Bridging the Uranium Enrichment Gap with Iran

by Derek Davison With the Nov. 24 deadline looming, Iran and world powers will resume talks toward a final deal over Iran’s nuclear program this week in New York, but the gap between the two sides over the future size… Continue Reading  

Is Rouhani’s Iran Tilting East?

by Shahir Shahidsaless Two simultaneous pieces of economic news in Iran inform us of a trend in the Rouhani administration’s foreign policy.

Iranian Nuclear Deadlock: In Search of the Magic Formula

by François Nicoullaud A shadow of doubt is spreading over the negotiation between Iran and world powers as the gap over the key issue of the acceptable size and scope of the Iranian enrichment program slowly reveals itself as unbridgeable. The inability… Continue Reading  

Nuclear Talks: Crisis Group Points the Way

by Peter Jenkins The talks to resolve concern about Iran’s nuclear program will resume in early September. The negotiators will have had time to read and reflect on a well-informed and wise report that the International Crisis Group (ICG) published… Continue Reading  

When Negotiating With Iran, Mind the Russians

by François Nicoullaud Defining the size of Iran’s nuclear enrichment program has become a major sticking point in the negotiations between Iran and world powers expected to resume next month. The scale of this enrichment program, however, greatly relies upon undecided… Continue Reading