John Krzyzaniak is a Research Analyst for the Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Program, where he focuses on Iran and North Korea. Iran’s nuclear and missile programs, North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs, and arms control. Before joining the Institute, John was an editor at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. He holds a master’s degree in International Affairs from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He tweets at @john_krzyzaniak.
Recently captured satellite imagery shows Iran’s efforts to produce bigger and better rockets that, because of their dual-use nature, could bring the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps closer to having intercontinental ballistic missiles.