Posts tagged with Iran

FAS Roundup: May 28, 2013

New issue of the Public Interest Report, government surveillance of reporters and much more. Spring Issue of the Public Interest Report Now Available Online Spring 2013 Public Interest Report Volume 66, No 2 CONTENTS: Digital Manufacturing and Missile Proliferation PDF Version Digital manufacturing is likely to be one of the key disruptive technologies of the […]

FAS Roundup: April 8, 2013

Analysis of New START data, report on Iran’s nuclear program, updated U.S. nuclear war plan and much more. From the Blogs U.S. Nuclear War Plan Updated Amidst Nuclear Policy Review: As the White House is finishing a review of nuclear weapons policy, the U.S. Strategic Command has quietly put into effect a new strategic nuclear […]

FAS Joins Emerging Threats Working Group

Appointment provides a unique opportunity for FAS to collaborate with NATO and other Euro-Atlantic states to better address the emerging security threats arising from science and technology breakthroughs. The rapid pace of scientific discovery and technological innovation demands the redoubling of efforts by scientists, policymakers, non-governmental experts, and the business community to adapt to the […]

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Iran and the Global Economy

The escalating confrontation between the United States and Iran over the latter’s nuclear program has triggered much debate about what actions should be taken to ensure that Iran does not develop a nuclear weapon. How might certain actions against Iran affect the global economy? FAS released the results of a study, “Sanctions, Military Strokes, and Other Potential Actions Against Iran”  which assesses the global economic impact on […]

FAS Roundup: November 19, 2012

New report on Iran,  debate on defense spending, modernization of the B61, and much more. New Report: “Sanctions, Military Strikes and Other Potential Actions Against Iran: Anticipating Impacts on the Global Economy” The escalating confrontation between the United States and Iran over the latter’s nuclear program has triggered much debate about what actions should be […]

FAS Roundup: November 13, 2012

Policy recommendations to the Obama administration, conflict with Iran and much more. FAS Symposium on Catastrophic Threats and Awards Ceremony Only three days after the national election, FAS hosted a day-long symposium that featured distinguished speakers and recommendations to the Obama administration on how best to respond to catastrophic threats to national security at the […]

FAS Roundup: August 6, 2012

Anniversary of Hiroshima, sanctions on Iran, anti-leak measures in Senate Bill and much more. FAS Perspectives on Hiroshima To commemorate the 67th anniversary of the atomic bombing of the city of Hiroshima, FAS has invited members and distinguished experts to submit an opinion or reminiscence of Hiroshima and its lasting impacts for nuclear security and […]

Up for Debate: Iran Sanctions

Dr. Fariborz Ghadar of the Center for Strategic and International Studies; Ms. Malou Innocent of The CATO Institute; Dr. Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute; and Dr. Djavid Salehi-Isfahani of Virginia Tech and the Brookings Institution debate about the United States and United Nations sanctions policy towards Iran. Debate: Should the United States Rethink Sanctions […]