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Iran Defence and Security Report Q3 2012

  • Published: May 2012
  • Region: Iran
  • 103 Pages
  • Business Monitor International

Business Monitor International's Iran Defence and Security Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, defence and security associations, government departments and regulatory bodies with independent forecasts and competitive intelligence on Iran's defence and security industry.

By the end of March 2012 it was still unclear whether the crisis surrounding Iran’s nuclear programme would reach a diplomatic or military conclusion. Having just held talks with the US president, Barack Obama, at the Seoul Nuclear Summit, the Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Tehran in late March for meetings with his Iranian counterpart, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. His trip was interpreted as preparation for a make-or-break mid- April summit, possibly to be held in Istanbul, involving Iran and the group of countries known as the P5+1: China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK and the US. Erdogan’s intervention was seen as critical because he shares some common ground with those on both sides of the argument, and is therefore someone who could help broker a peaceful solution.

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Executive Summary
SWOT Analysis
Iran Security SWOT
Iran Defence Industry SWOT
Iran Political SWOT
Iran Economic SWOT
Iran Business Environment SWOT
Global Political Outlook
Major Risks Looming In 2012-2013
Global Flashpoints: Eurozone, Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Korean Peninsula
Table: Election Timetable, Q212-Q113
Wild Cards To Watch
Middle East Security Overview
The Middle East In A Global Context
Challenges And Threats To Stability And Security
Regional Power Dynamics
Nuclear Proliferation
External Powers
Scenarios For The Middle East
Security Risk Ratings
Table: Middle East And Africa Defence And Security Ratings
Table: Middle East And North Africa State Vulnerability To Terrorism Index
Political Overview
Domestic Politics
Long-Term Political Outlook
Table: Iran – Recently Imposed Sanctions
Foreign Policy
Foreign Relations
Domestic Security Overview
Armed Forces And Government Spending
Current Strength
Equipment
Weapons Of Mass Destruction
Table: Background Brief – Iran’s Nuclear Programme, 2002-2008
Market Overview
Arms Trade Overview
Industry Trends And Developments
Table: Key Players In Iran’s Defence Sector
Procurement Trends And Developments
Industry Forecast Scenario
Armed Forces
Table: Iran’s Armed Forces, 2000-2009 (’000 personnel, unless otherwise stated)
Table: Iran’s Defence Personnel – Manpower Available For Military Services, 2009-2016 (aged 16-49, unless otherwise stated)
Government Expenditure
Table: Iran’s Government Defence Expenditure, 2009-2016
Table: Defence Expenditure Scenarios – Changing % Of GDP, 2009-2016 (US$mn)
Defence Trade
Key Risks To BMI’s Forecast Scenario
Macroeconomic Outlook
Table: Iran – Economic Activity, 2011-2016
Company Profiles
International Companies
China Great Wall Industry Corporation
Sukhoi
Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant
Domestic Companies
Aerospace Industries Organization
Ammunition & Metallurgy Industries Group
Defence Industries Organization
Iran Electronics Industries
BMI Methodology
How We Generate Our Industry Forecasts
Defence Industry
Sources

- China Great Wall Industry Corporation
- Sukhoi
- Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant
- Aerospace Industries Organization
- Ammunition & Metallurgy Industries Group
- Defence Industries Organization
- Iran Electronics Industries

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