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.