A factsheet to address the claims made by the opposition to the Iran deal.
Fact Sheet: Government, Former Government Officials Agree: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Spending Plans Enormously Costly
A collection of quotes from U.S. military leaders and nuclear laboratory officials on the costs of nuclear weapons.
Fact Sheet: Iran’s Nuclear and Ballistic Missile Programs
Updated July 2014 Updated by Brenna Gautam Between 2006 and 2010, the UN Security Council, concerned that Iran was attempting to develop a nuclear weapons capability, passed six resolutions (1696, 1737, 1747, 1803, 1835, 1929) related to Iran’s nuclear program. Resolution 1696, passed in 2006, called on Iran to suspend its uranium enrichment program and […]
Editorials Opposing New Sanctions on Iran
By Andrew Szarejko “If the bill becomes law, Iran will correctly understand it as a means of subverting the Obama administration’s diplomatic effort to reach a comprehensive nuclear deal. Iran’s leaders have threatened to abandon negotiations altogether if the bill passes, but even if they don’t, making progress will become difficult if not impossible.” Reprinted […]
Fact Sheet: New START and Nuclear Modernization Funding
by Kingston Reif Background As part of his effort to win Republican support for the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) in 2010, President Obama submitted to lawmakers a 10-year plan to maintain and modernize US nuclear warheads, strategic delivery systems, and their supporting infrastructure. Contained in what was originally known as the “Section […]