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Obama Admin Making “Disturbing Counterproposals” to Iran

Center For Security Policy, Fred Fleitz:

“U.S. negotiators have responded to Iranian intransigence on key issues with creative but sometimes disturbing counterproposals.”

This sentence describing the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran were not the words of Republican critics of President Obama’s Iran policy.  324 more words

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The P5+1 and Iran Talks Are Complicated Enough Without Partisan Senate Pressure

By Kelsey Davenport

In a Sept. 19 letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, 31 Republican senators requested that the administration reveal answers to very specific questions about the U.S. 452 more words

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Myths and Misconceptions: The Right to Enrich

By Kelsey Davenport

As talks between Iran and the P5+1 (China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States) resume in New York this week, myths and misconceptions about Iran’s nuclear program still persist, and threaten to derail negotiations. 499 more words

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Myths and Realities: Iranian ICBMs?

By Jonah Aboni

The Iranian nuclear program is a source for international concern. The concern genuinely stems from the suspicion that the Iranian nuclear program might not be exclusively peaceful. 610 more words

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IAEA Report Shows Iran's Nuclear Program Remains Frozen

By Kelsey Davenport

Iran is making progress on the additional measures it agreed to take in July to roll back parts of its nuclear program, according to the most recent… 1,911 more words

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Myths and Realities: The Role the Additional Protocol Can Play in Iran

By Jonah Aboni

The negotiations by the United States and its P5+1 partners (China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom) to prevent a nuclear –armed Iran have advanced progressively toward a comprehensive deal. 724 more words

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