By Ian J. Stewart, Andrea Stricker, and David Albright.
Project Alpha at King’s College Londonand ISIS have collaborated on a case study of a highly important topic: the continued sale or diversion of controlled and dual-use goods through China to Iran’s nuclear program. Continue reading Chinese Citizen’s Involvement in the Supply of MKS Pressure Transducers to Iran: Preventing a Reoccurrence
Several media outlets including the BBC are reporting that a Chinese man was arrested at Heathrow in February on charges issued by the US authorities related to the export of thousands of pressure transducers to Iran. Continue reading UK Arrest Following Supply of US-Origin Pressure Transducers to Iran
On 24th November 2013, Iran and the P5+1 (representatives of the US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany) reached interim agreement regarding a pathway to resolving the country’s outstanding nuclear issues. This initial ‘interim agreement’ is likely to be followed by further negotiations with the intention of reaching a lasting deal over the coming months. Continue reading Implications of the Interim Agreement with Iran for Businesses