As the deadline approaches for a comprehensive agreement on Iran's nuclear program, JINSA's Gemunder Center Iran Task Force issues a new brief describing the necessary elements of a verification and monitoring regime that would ensure a final deal would close off Iran's pathways to nuclear weapons capability.
The following chart summarizes the Iran Task Force report, released on June 18, on the necessary elements of a verification and monitoring regime that would ensure a final deal closes off Iran's pathways to nuclear weapons capability.
On April 29, JINSA announced that Professor Geoffrey Corn, USA (ret.) will join the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy as a Senior Advisor. Professor Corn was formerly the Army's senior law of war expert in the Office of the Judge Advocate General and Chief of the Law of War Branch in the International Law Division.
On April 22, JINSA Gemunder Center Senior Advisor and Iran Task Force member Stephen Rademaker testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on the emerging nuclear agreement with Iran.