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The 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 diplomatic efforts, over the last three decades, to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability and examines different options for current diplomatic efforts. Each chapter has been written and reviewed by recognised international experts in their respective fields.
The IISS does not advocate any particular policy option for dealing with the Iranian nuclear issue. The objective of Iran's Strategic Weapons Programmes: A Net Assessment is to assess, as accurately and dispassionately as possible, Iran's capabilities and evaluate the pros and cons of different policy options in order to foster a well-informed policy debate.
|Political History of Iran's Nuclear Programme||9|
|Iran's Nuclear Programme||33|
|Iran's Chemical and Biological Programmes||69|
|Iran's Ballistic Missile Programme||87|
|Statement by the IAEA Board of Governors, 19 June 2003||119|
|Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran|
|IAEA Board of Governors Resolutions|
|12 September 2003 - GOV/2003/69||120|
|26 November 2003 - GOV/2003/81||121|
|13 March 2004 - GOV/2004/21||123|
|18 June 2004 - GOV/2004/49||124|
|18 September 2004 - GOV/2004/79||126|
|29 November 2004 - GOV/2004/90||127|