Shashank Joshi, a Research Fellow of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), explores the future of Nuclear Iran. This insightful and lucid document investigates the regime’s capacity and desire to acquire nuclear weapons; examines the threat of a nuclear Iran and whether international sanctions are proving an effective discouragement; and questions the viability of military actions as a Western response.
“By structuring his commentary around seven key questions, Shashank has skilfully brought to light the perils of a military strike on Iran, something that all parliamentarians should keep at the forefront of their minds.”
The Rt. Hon. Nicholas Soames MP, President of the Conservative Middle East Council.
The full document is available on the CMEC publications page.