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Why Iranian Missiles are Non-Negotiable - An Iranian Perspective
#1
There has been much talk of the West - primarily the US - pushing Iran into signing a "missile agreement" after the JCPOA. The EU has, on a number of occasions, tried to keep the US in the JCPOA by offering to help the US in pressuring Iran's missile program. An article by Fabian Hinz, which is similar to some previous proposals, spurred me to give my take on the matter.


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Missiles on display at an exhibition celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution


Read the full blog post at the link below

https://irangeomil.blogspot.com/2019/03/...iable.html
نه شرقی، نه غربی، جمهوری اسلامی
#2
Following a recent article by the Washington Post saying the US is developing an IRBM, I updated my recent blog post to add how this would affect Iran's security situation. Hint: Iran will probably develop its own IRBM in response. Link to blog post https://irangeomil.blogspot.com/2019/03/...iable.html

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Link to the WaPo article https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/nat...7eb65932e5
نه شرقی، نه غربی، جمهوری اسلامی
#3
Without CBRN warhead IRBM will be almost useless. Deterrence comes from the strike of a missile and if that strike is just conventional 800-1000 Kg then its almost useless against powerful enemies.
  


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