Iran is already capable of enriching enough uranium to build several nuclear weapons in a matter of weeks, and its capacity is steadily growing. At the same time, Iran’s conventional military power is on the rise, bolstered by its burgeoning military alliance with Russia. Despite severe protests at home, Tehran shows no sign of moderating its hostility to the West—and the United States in particular.
Alarmed by these facts, the Institute for Science and International Security (the good ISIS), the world leader in independent research and analysis on nuclear nonproliferation, has developed a methodology for assessing all dimensions of the Iranian threat simultaneously. Join Hudson Senior Fellows Michael Doran and Jonathan Schachter as they discuss the rise of Iran’s power and its implications for the US, Europe, and Israel with David Albright and Henrik Rasmussen of ISIS.