Ernest J. Moniz
Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer, NTI
Two years after the Iran nuclear deal was signed in Geneva, the
U.S. Government has certified that Iran remains in compliance with some of the
most invasive and rigorous monitoring and verification requirements ever
developed for an arms control agreement. Formally known as the Joint
Comprehensive Plan of Action, the complex agreement was the culmination of
negotiations between the United States, Russia, Great Britain, France, China,
European Union, and Iran, and details of the agreement as well as prospects for
its continued success remain the subject of great international interest. .
The Nuclear Threat Initiative, led by former Secretary
of Energy Ernest Moniz, one of the principal U.S. negotiators of the deal
struck in 2015, has compiled a collection of resources and materials to explain
the agreement and its progress. In cooperation with the James Martin Center for
Nonproliferation Studies, NTI also has developed a video update of the Iran deal,
as well as a library of information related to Iran’s nuclear program. In addition, NTI has included
infographics and resources from the U.S. Department of Energy explaining the
unprecedented and intrusive monitoring used to make sure Iran is compliant with
Visualizing Centrifuge Limits Under the Iran Deal
U.S. Department of Energy Iran Deal Explainer
Iran Country Profile
Iran Submarine Capabilities
Iran Interactive Facilities Map
Iran Ballistic Missile Models
B-Roll Iran Natanz Enrichment Complex
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