US think tank advocates Plan B on Iran

US think tank advocates Plan B on Iran.

The nuclear program of Iran has “expanded enormously” since the time President Joe Biden entered office, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies declared.

The Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) has released an 53-page paper that calls for an entirely brand new U.S. strategy on Iran.

The document includes 231 concrete suggestions that can be implemented by authorities in the U.S. government and calls for the use of force against the Iranian regime and a strong aid to Iranian people.

In the words of Orde Kittrie, co-editor of the study and senior Fellow of FDD, “A major theme of our suggestions concerns how the Biden administration could dramatically reduce the Iranian regime’s material and financial capability to further its missile and nuclear programs, oppress its population and help terrorist groups.”

Mark Dubowitz, co-editor of the report and the CEO of FDD said that “The Iranian nuclear program has been accelerated after the election of the president [JoeBiden] in addition to his decision to renounce the campaign of coercive pressure.

“Meanwhile we are already four months into another massive protest against the regime and the administration hasn’t provided any adequate amount of assistance for those who are Iranian people.

This must change quickly or else the regime will finish its workaround warhead design and turn into a nuclear power. Washington requires a strategy to effectively be threatening, and in crucial ways use every instrument of national power in close cooperation with Israel and its allies.”

The principal goal of the report is to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

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“According to the most recent IAEA assessment, Iran could now produce in just a month, enough uranium that is weapons-grade to make four nuclear weapons,” Kittrie said. Kittrie. “We suggest for the Biden administration to be credible in threatening Iran that any attempt to develop a nuclear weapon will not succeed since there is a chance that either the U.S. or Israel would be able to stop it militarily.

The Biden administration should signal its willingness to engage militarily through presidential statements as well as high-profile military exercises and more aggressive response to the aggression of Iran or its intermediaries and the U.S. and its allies.”

Iran’s ballistic missiles

Another objective outlined by the study is that it is the responsibility of the U.S. to “deter, prevent and defend against Iran’s ballistic missile programme,” according to Kittrie. “Our suggestions include tightening current sanctions and the imposition of new ones on Iranian individuals and entities that are part of the program and more aggressively securing Chinese, North Korean and other foreign entities and individuals who supply with the missile program.”

Other recommendations include having an U.S. The Treasury Department led an extensive interagency investigation to determine whether there are state-owned companies or organizations that are supporting Iran’s ballistic missile development as well as providing that the U.S. continue to expose the North Korean-Iran cooperation in developing ballistic missiles.

Combating Hezbollah is an important aspect of the strategy.

“We suggest for the U.S. more aggressively target Hezbollah’s financial and economic networks, as well as the foreign banks and corporations who support them,” stated Kittrie. “We also suggest for all of the E.U., U.K., Canada and Australia designate the IRGC (Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps] as an organization that commits terrorist acts in totality and also it is recommended that E.U. designate the civil section of Hezbollah as a terrorist group too.

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“We also recommend that authorities in the U.S. statutorily increase resources for the State Department’s “Rewards for Justice’ initiative in order to focus on key Hezbollah as well as Quds Force officials working outside Iran with a focus upon Latin America and Europe.”

The report also contains other suggestions for tackling Hezbollah activities across Latin America and Africa, in which it is believed that the Lebanese terror group has been especially active.

US think tank advocates Plan B on Iran

The report also suggests authorities in the U.S. work with its allies to block individuals who are associated with Hezbollah and have officials from the Treasury Department review Israel’s list of Lebanese businesses that provide Hezbollah with support for production of precise-guided weapons (PGMs which are also known as Smart Bombs).

“With regards to the Palestinian terror organizations, we ask the U.S. to start imposing sanctions against those who are part of the Al-Nasser Salah al-Din Brigades, the third largest terror organization that operates in the Gaza Strip,” stated Kittrie.

“We also call on the U.S. government to increase the financial pressure on Hamas as well as Islamic Jihad by more aggressively targeting those and organizations that provide them with aid or support.” This could include securing people and companies that earn revenues for Hamas and Islamic Jihad, which can aid in the investigation of more illegal activity in nations like Turkey or Malaysia.

The document’s purpose is to inform and encourage the public about a U.S. “Plan B” regarding Iran According to Kittrie.

“We require a coordinated innovative U.S. strategy to support the Iranian people’s desire to establish an administration that is not pursuing the pursuit of nuclear weapons, and is not restrictive in its internal affairs nor aggressive to the region.

Although there is no doubt that the Biden administration has announced that it is in the process of developing plans B that will address all aspects of Iranian threats, it has not yet launched this. The policy document we’ve created to inform both Congress and the Biden administration as well as Congress of a feasible and robust set of suggestions to ease this Iranian menace,” he said.


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