Iran Thoughts Past

One of the topics I’ll probably be writing a lot about on this blog is Iran’s nuclear program and the sundry issues of international law relevant to it.  This is a topic that I’ve already written about at some length and in various locations on the interweb.  If readers will indulge me, I wanted to first quickly note and provide links to some of the places on the web where I have written and spoken before on this topic. I’ve also written about it in books and law review articles, but I won’t list those here. Gluttons for punishment can find those on their own. I can then start blogging anew about the ongoing diplomatic and legal crisis.

Video of Presentation

 Presentation at the University of Cambridge Lauterpacht Centre, March 16 2012

(Transcript of essentially the same talk given on a panel at Chatham House on March 8, 2012, along with Sir Richard Dalton and Elizabeth Wilmshurst:

Short Article

Why Less is More: Law and Policy Considerations on the Iranian Nuclear Issue, Harvard Law and Policy Review (Online), Volume 4 (March 24, 2010)


“‘Crowing’ about Iran Sanctions Should Stop”

JURIST (, May 24, 2012

“Iran’s Nuclear Program and the Mandate of the IAEA”

JURIST (, November 9, 2011

“The Qom Enrichment Facility: Was Iran Legally Bound to Disclose?”

JURIST (, March 5, 2010

“The Security Council on Iran: Fiddling While the Middle East Burns?”

JURIST (, August 2, 2006

“The Iran Nuclear Standoff: Legal Issues”

JURIST (, March 1, 2006


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