US Deploys Carrier Strike Group As Iran Moves SRBMs. While Iran has not yet tested or deployed a missile capable of striking the United States, it continues to hone longer-range missile technologies under the auspices of its space-launch program. In addition to increasing the quantity of its missile arsenal, Iran is investing in qualitative improvements to its missiles' accuracy and lethality. Iran has also become a center for missile proliferation, supplying proxies such as Hezbollah and Syria's al-Assad regime with a steady supply of missiles and rockets, as well as local production capability. Furthermore, Iran is likely supplying Houthi rebel groups with short-range missiles in the ongoing conflict in Yemen. 2019 by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. All rights reserved. Missile Defense Project, "Missiles of Iran," Missile Threat, Center for Strategic and International Studies, June 14, 2018, last modified June 15, 2018,. An Iranian national connected to Iran's Ministry of Defense.Employed by Kiyan Saynpaniz International (KSP International), an Iranian government engineering company that purchases items for several Iranian government agencies. US to Impose Sanctions on Allies in Drive to Push Iranian Oil Sales to Zero. U.S. ends sanctions exemptions on Iran's uranium transfers and Bushehr expansion while renewing others for 90 days. Embassy of Saudi Arabia in the United States. Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action: 14 July 2015 (Full Text). President Trump sanctions Iran's iron, steel, aluminum, and copper sectors. More Eyes on More Data: Prospects for Restricting Iran's Missile Program Using Open Sources. Visit program-specific pages for information about Iran's nuclear and chemical weapon-related efforts and Iran's missile program. New York State Office of the State Comptroller. Latest UN reports on the implementation of resolution 2231 released. Australian National Sentenced to 24 Months in Prison Over Illicit Shipments of U.S.-origin Aircraft Parts to Iran. Iran may limit JCPOA implementation in 60 days without improved economic benefits. Office of the Press Secretary to the President. At its plenary meeting in Paris last week, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) renewed its call for enhanced due diligence when dealing with Iran, but continued to suspend more severe restrictions, or "countermeasures," against Iran for its strategic anti-money laundering and combatting the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) deficiencies. State Dept. report on compliance with nonproliferation agreements raises concerns over Iran's retention of nuclear archives and missile program. Why Companies Around the World are Reversing Course on Iran Business. Iran's Supreme Leader Replaces Head of Revolutionary Guards. EU publishes Information Note with business guidance related to sanctions relief. Iran's Oil Exports to Slide in May, but Not to Zero. Why Companies Around the World are Reversing Course on Iran Business. IAEA Road-Map on the Clarification of Past and Present Outstanding Issues Regarding Iran's Nuclear Program.