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    • IP-enabled wireless sensor network 

      Gao, Deyun; Foh, Chuan Heng; Yang, Oliver W. W.; Sun, Xusheng; Lai, Chin-Feng (2012)
      In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), the use of the IP technology has always been considered inadequate due to its high overhead in processing and memory usage. However, the use of IP technology in WSNs can provide basis ...
    • Iran : challenges for US intelligence and policy 

      Jervis, Robert. (2013)
      Dealing with Iran and its nuclear programmes challenges the skill and ingenuity of American intelligence and policymakers. Crafting a successful policy requires understanding Iran, but such judgements are politically as ...
    • Iran : how intelligence and policy intersect 

      Robert Jervis (2013)
      No issue is receiving more attention in American intelligence and policy-making circles than Iran and its nuclear program. Unfortunately, it is rare for intelligence in areas like this to be fully accurate and definitive, ...
    • The Iran nuclear deal : containment or appeasement? 

      Tan, Eugene E. G. (2015)
      The Lausanne agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme was hailed by all P5+1 parties as a positive step toward preventing Iran from developing its nuclear arsenal. While critics are doubtful, it could reduce the likelihood ...
    • Iran nuclear deal : expect limited US-Iran détente 

      Sumitha Narayanan Kutty (2015)
      The nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 countries have witnessed unprecedented diplomatic engagement between the United States and Iran. Contrary to expectations, a final nuclear deal will not achieve a ...
    • The Iran nuclear deal : rewriting the middle east map 

      James M. Dorsey (2013)
      The agreement to resolve the Iranian nuclear programme could rewrite the political map of the Middle East and North Africa, as well as strengthen the US pivot to Asia. It could also reintegrate Iran into the international ...
    • Iran Nuclear Deal: A Blessing in Disguise for ISIS? 

      Shahzeb Ali Rathore (2015)
      The Iran nuclear deal pursued by the United States will be capitalised by ISIS within the aggrieved Sunnis as just another alliance between the West and the Shiites, thus lending more support for the ISIS push for a ...
    • Iran's infrastructure projects: India, China competing? 

      Kutty, Sumitha (2016)
      With international sanctions lifted against Iran last week, New Delhi would be wise to step up its efforts to secure the contract for developing the Chabahar port in Iran. Time is no longer on its side as the writer observed ...
    • Iran's new president: averting a popular revolt 

      James M. Dorsey (2013)
      The election of Hassan Rouhani as Iran's new president signals a possible change in direction in Iran’s foreign policy. It also underscores Supreme Leader Sayed Ali Khamenei’s apparent move to avert a popular uprising.
    • Iran's nuclear behaviour : a behavioural Science perspective 

      Teo, Cheng Hang (2013)
      With no agreement in sight between the international community and Iran on its nuclear programme and time running out on a peaceful resolution to the issue, behavioural science can lend useful insights to better understand ...
    • Iran's nuclear conundrum: Israel's strategic options 

      Raska, Michael (2012)
      If Iran acquires nuclear weapons capability, Israel may no longer be able to sustain its ambiguous policy or nuclear opacity and will need to rethink its nuclear doctrine to maintain credible deterrence. To preclude this, ...
    • Iran's peace pipeline 

      Khan, Jesmeen. (2007)
    • Iran's purported nuclear ambitions: commercial sanctions counter-productive? 

      Nah, Liang Tuang (2012)
      Iran is suspected of developing nuclear weapons capability and the West seeks to coerce it to stop enriching uranium via increasingly tough sanctions. Could the Iranian business community help pressure Tehran to forsake ...
    • Iran-Taliban Cooperation: New Dimension in Afghan Conflict? 

      Abdul Basit (2016)
      Following the killing of the Taliban Chief Akhtar Mansoor, Taliban’s relationship, and cooperation with the Shia majority Iran has emerged as a new dimension of the Afghan conflict. Cooperation between the two old-foes ...
    • Iran’s writing on the wall : ethnic minorities and others assert themselves 

      James M. Dorsey (2015)
      In anticipation of a lifting of economic sanctions once a nuclear agreement has been concluded with permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany, and coupled with President Hassan Rouhani’s effort ...
    • Iraq: an uncertain future for the private military industry 

      Hansen, Morten (2005)
      THE successful completion of elections in Iraq is a long-anticipated victory for the United States. While the Bush administration has rhetorically maintained its continuing resolve and determination to bring democracy to ...
    • Iraqi and Syrian Civil Wars: Back to Square One? 

      Quivooij, Romain (2017)
      Adversaries of “Islamic State” (IS) use the crumbling of the “Caliphate” to move their pawns forward in Iraq and Syria, raising the spectre of simultaneous conflicts. Will military victories over IS be a tactical success ...
    • Iraq’s Historic Elections: Boon or Bane for Iraqis? 

      Silm, Bouchaib (2005)
      ON JANUARY 30, Iraqis went to the polls to choose a 275-member National Assembly. The new assembly will then select a prime minister and president by the end of this year. Around 7,500 candidates, from 75 parties and nine ...
    • Iridafurans from the reaction of [Cp*IrCl2]2 with carbonyl conjugated terminal alkynes : dependence of product on polarity of reaction medium 

      Wong, Kai Ning; Mak, Garvin Kar Hang; Fan, Wai Yip; Sridevi, Venugopal Shanmugham; Leong, Weng Kee (2013)
      Reaction of the dimeric species [Cp*IrCl2]2 with terminal alkynes containing a conjugated carbonyl group results in C–C bond formation between two or three alkyne molecules, depending on the polarity of the reaction medium. ...