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  • Iran deal needs details, but it's tougher than imagined

     Iran deal needs details, but it's tougher than imagined
    At the end of June, there may be good reasons to oppose the deal on Iran's nuclear program. There are no good reasons to oppose it now. Of course, that hasn't stopped U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio from calling the agreement a "diplomatic failure" or Prime...
  • Re-imposing sanctions on Iran not as easy as it might sound

    Snap back? Not so fast. The biggest enforcement provision in the preliminary nuclear agreement with Iran is turning into one of the mostly hotly contested elements. And the debate barely involves Iran. Instead, it concerns the Obama administration's...
  • Iran Nuclear Deal Leaves Capability Intact

    Iran Nuclear Deal Leaves Capability Intact
    "Negotiations … to prevent an Iranian capability to develop a nuclear arsenal are ending with an agreement that concedes this very capability …" — Henry Kissinger and George Shultz, The Wall Street Journal, April 8 It was but a...
  • Obama's 'framework' is a clear pathway for Iran to go nuclear

    Obama's 'framework' is a clear pathway for Iran to go nuclear
    "Negotiations ... to prevent an Iranian capability to develop a nuclear arsenal are ending with an agreement that concedes this very capability ...." — Henry Kissinger and George Shultz, The Wall Street Journal, April 8 It was but a year and a...
  • Keep up the sanctions and wait out Iran

    Keep up the sanctions and wait out Iran
    One of the key arguments used by the United States and the Western powers to justify the recent Iran nuclear deal is that the alternative to this deal is war. This is simply not true. There is a third option. It is called waiting. For several years,...
  • Iran has stuck by its side of the interim deal

    Iran has stuck by its side of the interim deal
    I have rarely read a letter with so many falsehoods as the individual who recently asserted that the Iranians "have lied about working toward a nuke, where their facilities are, how any places, people and pieces of equipment they have working on projects....
  • Analysis: Iran nuke deal tough _ but could be circumvented

    In selling the Iran nuclear deal to Congress and other skeptics, President Barack Obama said it is built on "unprecedented verification," telling his radio audience over the weekend: "If Iran cheats, the world will know it." Only time will tell if...
  • The Iran framework: Devilish details to follow

    Too bad the "framework" of a nuclear weapons deal with Iran didn't come four days earlier on April Fools' Day. It would have been more appropriate. The United States is being asked to foolishly believe promises by a regime that is religiously motivated...
  • Obama ramps up lobbying campaign on Iran deal

    Obama ramps up lobbying campaign on Iran deal
    Facing deep skepticism on multiple fronts, President Barack Obama ramped up lobbying Monday for a framework nuclear deal with Iran, one of the toughest sells of his presidency. Yet critics from Jerusalem to Washington warned they won't sit idly by while...
  • Iran's framework: Negotiators deserve a chance to finish the details

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Sunday, April 5: The framework agreement announced Thursday between China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Iran still needs to be fleshed out, but...
  • AP News in Brief at 7:58 p.m. EDT

    Victim advocates hope Rolling Stone retraction won't slow bid to curb campus sexual assaults The furor over a retracted Rolling Stone article may deter some rape victims from coming forward, but the national campaign to curb sexual assaults on college...