The Iran Project and the ELN release the findings of a major three-year study on missiles in the Middle East. They find that fresh thinking is needed to reduce the risks attributed to the growing proliferation and development of these weapons.
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Adopt, emulate, or avoid: Lessons from the JCPOA for the Middle East’s security and arms control architecture
As the Biden administration and incoming Raisi government are set to try to find common ground to re-implement the Iran nuclear deal, Farzan Sabet and Chen Zak explore what aspects of the JCPOA regional states may want to consider in broader regional or sub-regional structures, while avoiding its mistakes.
The direction Iran’s new president takes will be shaped by the composition of his cabinet and his experiences during his time in office. The shift to the far right in Iran does not then mean that the JCPOA is off the table. There is an opportunity to restore it, and it should be seized, writes Adnan Tabatabai.
ELN Impact Director Jane Kinninmont spoke to Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Multi-Media Organisation, about ongoing Gaza airstrikes. The recording can be found here.
ELN Impact Director Jane Kinninmont authored an op-ed in The Guardian on steps that Europe, the US and UN can take to renew and recast international diplomacy on Israel and Palestine, arguing it’s time to prioritise human rights regardless of (the total lack of) progress in political...
As the US’s new envoy for Yemen heads to the region this week, he is coming from consultations with representatives of all five permanent members of the UN Security Council. The US and Russia’s ability to coordinate and find common ground at the UN will be critical for the prospects for peace in Yemen. There may just be an opportunity for progress.