Iranian Nuclear Program

Iran Tracker Blog: Iran Commends Hezbollah Attack That Killed Two Israeli Soldiers

An Israeli soldier adjusts a weapon atop an armored military ambulance near Israel's border with Lebanon January 28, 2015. Earlier in the day an anti-tank missile was fired at an Israeli military vehicle near the frontier with Lebanon, an Israeli army spokesman said. (Reuters).


Iran Tracker Blog

The Iran Tracker Blog is produced by American Enterprise Institute Resident Fellow J. Matthew McInnis and the Critical Threats Project. The blog highlights the most salient news stories of the previous week, analyzes the larger themes, and provides an outlook for future Iranian developments. Regular analysis will be posted below.


Dispersed But Not Degraded: Iranian Universities And The Regime's Nuclear Weaponization Activities

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano addresses the media after a board of governors meeting at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna January 24, 2014. (Reuters)


Iran Tracker Blog: Killing of Another Senior Iranian General in Syria May Generate New Conflict with Israel

Lebanon's Hezbollah members raise their fists and rifles while carrying the coffin of Jihad Mughniyeh during his funeral in Beirut's suburbs January 19, 2015. The son of Hezbollah's late military leader Imad Mughniyeh was killed in an Israeli helicopter strike in Syria on Sunday along with IRGC Brigadier General Mohammad Ali Allah Dadi. (Reuters)

Iran Tracker Blog: Iran Accelerates Military Enhancement

An Iranian short range "Tondar" missile is launched during a war game at an undisclosed location in Iran in this undated photo released July 6, 2011. (Reuters)

Iran's Economy of Resistance: Implications for Future Sanctions

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani replies to a questions during a news conference on the sidelines of the 69th United Nations General Assembly in New York September 26, 2014. Rouhani said that "courageous decisions" must be made to clinch a long-term nuclear agreement and that any deal without the lifting of all sanctions against Iran was "unacceptable". (Reuters)
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