Research Analyst Samuel Hickey was quoted in Arab News about recent explosions in Iran. Samuel Hickey, research analyst at the Washington-based Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, told Arab News that satellite imagery proves that “the explosion took place at the Khojir missile production complex in eastern Tehran, and not at Parchin as suggested in […]
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Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with the Al-Monitor about the State Department’s report accusing Iran of violating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. “The problem with inserting all these concerns rather than sticking to hard and fast assessments of legal compliance … is that you’re taking this away from being a very cut-and-dry document for the […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey partnered with Julia Masterson at the Arms Control Association to co-author a piece explaining how the United States could kill the Iran nuclear deal via the United Nations. Early in January, the European members of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran made a risky move by triggering the deal’s dispute resolution […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey was featured as a guest on i24 News (Israel)’s The Rundown discussing an announcement that Iran was increasing its uranium enrichment.
A news article from Newsweek referenced the Center’s work. As their name implies, ballistic missiles follow a trajectory that is determined by gravity. According to the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, ballistic missiles are first powered by a rocket or a series of rockets (launch phase), then arch upward unpowered (midcourse phase) before falling […]