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Iran Policy in the Aftermath of U.N. Sanctions: Hearing Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate

by United States Congress Senate

About this title: Original publisher: Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 2011. LC Number: KF26 .F6 2010r OCLC Number: (OCoLC)726899400 Subject: Economic sanctions -- Iran. Excerpt: ... 11 Resolution 1929 enhances existing U.N. sanctions by expanding the breadth and reach of those measures and at the same time breaks new ground with additional categories of sanctions to further pressure Iran to comply with its international nuclear obligations. 1929 reinforces the Security Council's longstanding demand that Iran suspend its enrichment program and other proscribed nuclear activities, and it imposes measures in several broad categories: It reaffirms the necessity of Iranian compliance with its IAEA obligations and its full cooperation with IAEA investigations; It bans Iran's investment in sensitive, including uranium mining, nuclear and ballistic missile-related activities abroad; It imposes new binding restrictions on Iran's import of eight broad categories of heavy weapons, and requires vigilance and restraint in the transfer of all arms and related materiel to Iran; It bans all activities related to Iran's ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons; In order to deter, detect, and stop Iran's smuggling and acquisition of sensitive nuclear items and prohibited arms and related materiel, the resolution calls upon all states to inspect Iranian cargo, and notes that states may request in-spections on the high seas consistent with international law and the consent of the flag state; It includes provisions to help block Iran's use of the international financial sys-tem - particularly its banks - to fund proliferation; It alerts states to the potential link between Iran's energy sector revenues and energy-related technologies and its nuclear and proliferation activities; It addresses the activities of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, whose ele-ments have been involved in proliferation by sanctioning the largest and most significant enterprise owned by the IRG...

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