WHO WE ARE. The Iran Project is a network of leaders from across American political, diplomatic, military, and scholarly communities who support principled diplomacy to reduce U.S.-Iran tensions and prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. The Project’s work places an emphasis on educating and engaging policymakers and the broader public about how the restoration of the JCPOA and diplomacy with Iran serves to advance U.S. national security and the interests of allies and partners.
WHAT WE DO. As a forum for policy analysis and dialogue, the Iran Project seeks to build support for a mutual return to the JCPOA to restore tight constraints on Iran’s nuclear program, reduce the risk of another dangerous and costly war in the Middle East, and generate policy options that advance nuclear nonproliferation and international security more broadly.
HOW WE WORK. The Iran Project draws on the unique voluntary participation of dozens of highly respected, experienced, and independent practitioners in the fields of international affairs, U.S. foreign policy, and national security — some of whom have been working together as a closely knit team for over two decades.