29 July 2015
Project Alpha and the Iran deal
Project Alpha is pleased to make available a wide range of resources on Iran. This includes detailed analysis of the 14 July 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (and its implementation) and analysis of Iranian illicit procurement. It also includes information, guidance and training for companies on trade compliance issues.
Project Alpha’s Work Related to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran (the Iran Deal)
- What the Iran Deal Means for Blacklisted Entities
- Iran’s Illicit Procurement: Past, Present and Future
- The Iran Deal: Re-Opening the Doors to Iranian Students
- The Iranian Procurement Channel: The most complex part of the JCPOA?
- An Architecture for Controlling Nuclear-related Trade with Iran
- Monitoring the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between Iran and the P5+1 – Five Key Points
Project Alpha Proliferation Case Study Series:
- Electric furnaces from South Africa
- The illicit trade network of Daniel Frosch
- Interdicted carbon fibre
- Nicholas Kaiga’s Efforts to Supply Aluminium Tubes to Iran
- Wanted: Karl Lee
- Valves for Arak
- Helicopter Parts to Iran
- Carbon Fibre to Iran
- Targeted: A case study in Iranian illicit missile procurement
Other work on Iran:
- The United States just might be Iran’s favorite new nuclear supplier
- Has Iran met its nuclear goals?
- A field guide to Iran’s centrifuges
- Iran’s carbon fibre facility located? A case study in open source techniques
- Iran’s second “carbon fibre production plant” revealed
- Alibaba’s compliance challenge: missile proliferator Karl Lee a “gold supplier”
- Alibaba’s compliance challenge, part II: Iranian nuclear procurers
- Iran: Hot cells, hot fuss?
- Sabotage? Iranian exhibition gives insights into illicit procurement methods and challenges
- UK Arrest Following Supply of US-Origin Pressure Transducers to Iran
Project Alpha is a semi-autonomous project in the the Centre for Science and Security Studies at King’s College London. Additional resources on the Iranian nuclear challenge produced by CSSS can be found here.