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    The International Institute for Strategi
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This IISS Strategic Dossier provides a detailed and objective technical assessment of Iran's nuclear, chemical and . This publication complements the recent IISS Strategic Dossier Iran's Ballistic Missile Capabilities: a net assessment.

This IISS Strategic Dossier provides a detailed and objective technical assessment of Iran's nuclear, chemical and biological programmes, and offers a careful estimate of how long it would take Iran to produce nuclear weapons under different scenarios. The Dossier traces the political and technical history of the programmes and the diplomatic efforts to dissuade Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability. Both books provide dispassionate, fact-rich analysis to fuel the policy debate on how to deal with the growing crisis over Iran.

Experts discussed Iran's nuclear capabilities in light of an IISS dossier detailing Iran's nuclear, chemical, and biological capabilities, on May 27th, 2011. Iran’s Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Capabilities: A Net Assessment. Posted on 28 May 2011, Event Reports. Mark Fitzpatrick, Elena Sokova, Ambassador Ali Asghar Soltanieh, and Ambassador Rüdiger Lüdeking. On May 27th, 2011 several experts gathered in Vienna to discuss Iran’s nuclear capabilities in light of a recently released International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) dossier detailing Iran’s nuclear, chemical, and biological capabilities.

IISS Strategic Dossiers and Reports offer indispensable analysis for . Iran’s Networks of Influence in the Middle East is the latest Strategic Dossier from the IISS.

IISS Strategic Dossiers and Reports offer indispensable analysis for policymakers, academics and the corporate sector alike. The books harness the Institute’s technical expertise to present detailed information on key strategic issues.

This IISS 'Strategic Dossier' on Iran's strategic weapons programmes provides an objective technical assessment of Iran's nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons capabilities, as well as its ballistic missile programme. The dossier evaluates what is known and what is not known about these capabilities and projects potential future developments. In addition, the dossier provides a history of democratic efforts over the last three decades, to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability and examines different options for current diplomatic efforts.

The IISS publishes The Military Balance, an annual assessment of nations' military capabilities. It regularly publishes one-off briefing papers and dossiers.

International Institute for Strategic Studies. Arundel House, Temple, London. The IISS publishes The Military Balance, an annual assessment of nations' military capabilities. Since 2017 it has also published Military Balance+, an online database on the same subject.

Iran is a non-nuclear weapon state party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) and has . Iran's Ballistic Missile Capabilities: A Net Assessment, London: IISS: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2010, pp. 17-22.

Iran is a non-nuclear weapon state party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) and has a robust ballistic missile program.

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Iran's pursuit of dual-use technologies that could be used for strategic weapons has raised global concerns and even, in some quarters, consideration of pre-emptive military action. There is compelling evidence that Iran is seeking the capability to produce nuclear weapons should its leaders make this fateful decision. This IISS Strategic Dossier provides a detailed and objective technical assessment of Iran's nuclear, chemical and biological programmes, and offers a careful estimate of how long it would take Iran to produce nuclear weapons under different scenarios. The Dossier traces the political and technical history of the programmes and the diplomatic efforts to dissuade Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability. Written and reviewed by internationally recognised experts, the Dossier evaluates the programmes, and the concerns they raise, on the basis of what is known and not known. This publication complements the recent IISS Strategic Dossier Iran's Ballistic Missile Capabilities: a net assessment. Both books provide dispassionate, fact-rich analysis to fuel the policy debate on how to deal with the growing crisis over Iran.