Dr. Majid Rafizadeh is a Harvard-educated Iranian-American political scientist. He is a leading expert on Iran and US foreign policy, a businessman and president of the International American Council. He serves on the boards of the Harvard International Review, the Harvard International Relations Council and the US-Middle East Chamber for Commerce and Business.
The Iranian regime appears to have recently significantly shortened its nuclear breakout time — the amount of time it requires to produce enough weapons-grade uranium (WGU) for a single nuclear weapon. Tehran has achieved this through several steps in the last few months.