Research Analyst Samuel Hickey wrote an op-ed in The National Interest explaining that not only is a maximum pressure sanctions campaign ineffective at curbing Iran’s nuclear ambitions, it is also ineffective at curbing its conventional weapons programs. “Indirect contacts in Vienna between the United States and the members of the Iran nuclear deal (China, France, Germany, […]
Op-ed: Trump changed how the U.S. assigns the label ‘terrorist.’ Can the Biden administration change it back?
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey co-authored an op-ed in The Washington Post detailing the issues with designating countries or foreign entities as terrorists. Last week, the State Department announced that it would revoke the designation of Yemen’s Houthi rebels as a terrorist organization. This would reverse one of the big decisions of the closing days of the Trump […]
How Iran’s missile arsenal holds the Middle East hostage
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey spoke with Arab News about Iran’s missile capabilities. Samuel Hickey, a research analyst at the Washington-based Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, told Arab News: “Iran often operates in the gray zone between war and peace. “This strategy helps Iran further its security goals, while not necessarily provoking direct retaliation,” he […]
Iran Announces Additional Uranium Enrichment
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.
IRAN USED BALLISTIC MISSILES AND CRUISE MISSILES IN ITS STRIKE AGAINST U.S.: HERE’S THE DIFFERENCE
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 […]
- « Previous Page
- Next Page »