The Center for Arms Control and Non Proliferation’s National Advisory Board Member, John C. Polanyi wrote an oped on Iran that was published in the Toronto Star on April 11, 2012. Prominent among my teachers were those who had been in the desert of Alamogordo at the first nuclear test, the day the nuclear age […]
Council Board Member, Colonel Richard Klass (USAF, ret), wrote an opinion piece for the Christian Science Monitor entitled, “Senate resolution on Iran may be bipartisan, but it could lead to war,” which was published on March 28, 2012. A Senate resolution on Iran is being touted by its bipartisan cosponsors as a way to “put to […]
Senior Policy Analyst, Laicie Olson wrote an oped for The Hill’s Congress Blog entitled, “Out of Touch: GOP Candidates Choose Political Posturing Over Smart Policy in Iran.” Published February 29, 2012. You may have noticed that unleaded gasoline prices are approximately 10 percent higher than at this time last year. Unsurprisingly, one contributing factor in […]
Last night, I appeared on “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer” in a segment with Pentagon Correspondent Chris Lawrence on Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs. The piece covers recent remarks by UK Foreign Secretary William Hague that Iran has been carrying out covert tests of missiles capable of delivering a nuclear payload, as well as the YouTube “unveiling” of a secret Iranian missile silo.
Watch the piece here or on Wolf’s blog:
No joke – This spring, Iran will hold an international conference on… wait for it: Nuclear Disarmament.
The conference, dubbed “Nuclear Energy for All, Nuclear Weapon [sic] for None,” will be held in Tehran on April 17 and 18.
Foreign ministers, representatives and nuclear experts from 60 countries have been invited to attend the event where “participants are slated to assess the causes and reasons underlying the lack of heed and attention to the implementation of nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) regulations.”
So grab your tickets today! The conference even includes a field trip. Perhaps on their way to Isfahan attendees will take the advice of Nathan Hodge and stop off at Natanz, maybe even Qom… could be a great trip!