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There Are No Perfect Nuclear Deals <p style='font size:14px'>By Sam Nunn & Richard Lugar</p>

There Are No Perfect Nuclear Deals

By Sam Nunn & Richard Lugar

During the Cold War both Republican and Democratic presidents accepted less-than-perfect arms pacts with the Soviets. We need to do the same with Iran. – More

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There Are No Perfect Nuclear Deals <p style='font size:14px'>By Sam Nunn & Richard Lugar</p>

There Are No Perfect Nuclear Deals

By Sam Nunn & Richard Lugar

During the Cold War both Republican and Democratic presidents accepted less-than-perfect arms pacts with the Soviets. We need to do the same with Iran. – More

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Why the details of the Iran deal don’t matter <p style='font size:14px'>By Jeremy Shapiro</p>

Why the details of the Iran deal don’t matter

By Jeremy Shapiro

Negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program has become something of a national pastime and a cottage industry in U.S. foreign policy circles. Since that fateful...

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The Iran deal: An epochal moment that Congress shouldn’t squander <p style='font size:14px'>By Brent Scowcroft </p>

The Iran deal: An epochal moment that Congress shouldn’t squander

By Brent Scowcroft

Congress again faces a momentous decision regarding U.S. policy toward the Middle East. The forthcoming vote on the nuclear deal between the P5+1 and Iran (known...

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Don’t Let the Iran Deal Become 2016’s Swift Boat <p style='font size:14px'>By Joe Cirincione </p>

Don’t Let the Iran Deal Become 2016’s Swift Boat

By Joe Cirincione

Opponents are attacking the Iran Deal with everything they’ve got—almost all of it entirely fabricated and unsupported by the entire nuclear expert community....

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One Congressman’s Iran <p style='font size:14px'>By Roger Cohen</p>

One Congressman’s Iran

By Roger Cohen

Representative Sander M. Levin, Democrat of Michigan and the longest-serving Jewish member of the House, said something important this week: “In my view, the only...

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It’s Time to Ban the Bomb <p style='font size:14px'>By Hans Blix</p>

It’s Time to Ban the Bomb

By Hans Blix

The nuclear agreement between Iran, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany, and the EU, comes at a historically propitious...

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I was imprisoned in Iran for two years. It taught me a lot about how Tehran negotiates.

I was imprisoned in Iran for two years. It taught me a lot about how Tehran negotiates.

America and Iran have signed a nuclear agreement, good news for international security. Naysayers will argue that U.S. officials should be careful about trusting...

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The Morning After the Iran Deal

The Morning After the Iran Deal

If the historic nuclear accord with Iran gets through Congress and is not derailed by hard-liners in Iran, then what. Apart from preventing Iran from building a...

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The Iran deal: An epochal moment that Congress shouldn’t squander <p style='font size:14px'>By Brent Scowcroft </p>

The Iran deal: An epochal moment that Congress shouldn’t squander

By Brent Scowcroft

Congress again faces a momentous decision regarding U.S. policy toward the Middle East. The forthcoming vote on the nuclear deal between the P5+1 and Iran (known...

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