The National Coalition to Prevent an Iranian Nuclear Weapon is a voluntary association of national security organizations that together includes over 100 senior leaders, most of whom served in the highest positions in the U.S. national security establishment and share a common interest in supporting the policies of the U.S. to ensure that Iran is unable to acquire a nuclear weapon.

This nonpartisan group of national security leaders shares the belief that currently the most effective way to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear weapons state is to support full implementation of the international nuclear agreement that severely limits and intrusively monitors Iran’s nuclear program. 

The coordination of this effort has been a partnership between The Iran Project, The American College of National Security Leaders, and The American Security Project.