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  • {{seealso|Iranian Security Forces}} ...Nuclear Weapons]] (NPT), of which it is a signatory as a nation without [[nuclear weapon]]s.
    21 KB (3,038 words) - 11:30, 19 September 2013
  • Iran's national programs in [[nuclear energy]], for peaceful and possible [[nuclear weapon]]s purposes
    138 B (17 words) - 17:01, 26 October 2009
  • {{r|Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons}} {{r|Natanz nuclear facility}}
    337 B (45 words) - 17:37, 5 November 2009

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  • {{r|Nuclear weapon}} {{r|Chinese nuclear program}}
    888 B (114 words) - 18:26, 10 February 2010
  • {{r|Nuclear chemistry}} {{r|Chinese nuclear program}}
    1 KB (146 words) - 19:47, 13 March 2011
  • {{r|Nuclear weapon||**}} {{r|Special nuclear material||***}}
    1 KB (125 words) - 13:28, 16 January 2011
  • ...most plausible delivery vehicle for any [[Iranian nuclear program|Iranian nuclear weapon]]. The basic [[medium range ballistic missile]] version has a medium ...propellant. Its payload is at least 1000 kilograms, which is adequate for nuclear warheads based on a low-yield design from [[A.Q. Khan]] of [[Pakistan]].
    1,008 B (152 words) - 18:56, 17 March 2010
  • ...nal. Israel is not a signatory to the [[Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons]] and maintains a policy of [[strategic ambiguity]] about its capab ...rce Counterproliferation Center paper, COL Warner Farr divides the Israeli program into three phases:<ref name=Farr>{{citation
    11 KB (1,623 words) - 22:16, 26 September 2010
  • {{seealso|Iranian Security Forces}} ...Nuclear Weapons]] (NPT), of which it is a signatory as a nation without [[nuclear weapon]]s.
    21 KB (3,038 words) - 11:30, 19 September 2013
  • ...-source analysis, still has a very major role in counterproliferation. WMD programs, especially of nations that have not declared them, tend to be under excep ...he IC's efforts match its goals. In some cases, the details of a country's programs are introduced because they present a problem in analysis. For example, if
    68 KB (9,926 words) - 04:25, 1 January 2014
  • ...Security (ISIS)''' is a nonpartisan U.S. based group focused on issues of nuclear [[nonproliferation]]. Its policy is to disseminate its findings as widely a ...ng that the [[Stuxnet worm]] disabled centrifuges in the [[Iranian nuclear program]].<ref>{{citation
    704 B (87 words) - 13:18, 16 January 2011
  • {{r|Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons}} {{r|Nuclear weapon}}
    498 B (65 words) - 18:37, 31 January 2010
  • ...hat while Russia may speak against [[Iran, nuclear program|Iranian nuclear programs]], it may not put real pressure on Iran. <ref name=Fox>{{citation | title = Former Bush Aides Warn Obama to Beware of Russia's Pledge in Iran Nuclear Issue
    8 KB (1,128 words) - 14:27, 28 September 2013
  • ...ies are Iranian threats to Israel, both through [[Iranian nuclear program|nuclear weapons threat to Israel]] and its "its surrogates in [[Gaza]] and ...the attempts by the regime in Iran to ignore the results of its own [[2009 Iranian presidential election|election]], every opportunity to destabilize the regi
    9 KB (1,297 words) - 09:46, 21 January 2010
  • {{r|Indian nuclear program||***}} {{r|Pakistani nuclear program||***}}
    1 KB (140 words) - 18:29, 27 August 2009
  • *five-year, $50 billion reauthorization of our global HIV/AIDS programs ...atters, and this will continue. These include keeping Iran from developing nuclear weapons, the [[Goldstone Report]], and security assistance. U.S.-Israel sec
    9 KB (1,309 words) - 16:28, 1 April 2010
  • ...y under U.N. sanctions, referring to the pressure on the [[Iranian nuclear program]], will not be allowed to become a full member. <ref name=WaPo2010-06-12>{{
    996 B (126 words) - 00:35, 12 June 2010
  • :*Dismantling key elements of its nuclear weapons program and opened itself to the IAEA. :*Giving up some key chemical warfare assets and opened its former CW program to international scrutiny.
    72 KB (10,781 words) - 10:46, 5 October 2013
  • {{r|Nuclear weapon|Nuclear weapons}} {{r|Iranian nuclear program}}
    1 KB (182 words) - 13:22, 16 January 2011
  • ...Ancient [[Persian Empire]] and Persians make up an ethnic majority of the Iranian population. The official language of the country is [[Persian language|Pers Much of Iran is situated on the [[Iranian Plateau]]. Much of Iran is mountainous. The center of Iran is occupied by t
    9 KB (1,271 words) - 00:40, 23 January 2011
  • ...support for terrorism and provide total transparency regarding the nuclear program.<ref name=WSJ2009-09-29>{{citation
    10 KB (1,408 words) - 02:48, 23 January 2010
  • ...]), [[Mark Malloch Brown]] (later head of the [[United Nations Development Programme]], UN Deputy Secretary-General and UK Minister); the first chair was [[Ge ...most intractable conflicts and crises''', including the [[Iranian nuclear program]], the role of [[radical Islamism]] worldwide, the [[Arab-Israeli Conflict]
    3 KB (335 words) - 05:58, 6 October 2013
  • ==Early WMD programs== ===Nuclear weapons===
    17 KB (2,486 words) - 02:34, 12 October 2013

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