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How to Save the Iran Deal

Dennis Ross

Although Ayatollah Khamenei and the Revolutionary Guard oppose nuclear inspections, President Obama should stand tough because transparency is the only way to make the deal work.

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Nuclear Iran: A Glossary

Simon Henderson and Olli Heinonen

As talks between the P5+1 and Iran intensify, The Washington Institute and Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center have copublished a completely revised and updated version of Nuclear Iran: A Glossary. Originally published in August 2012 and updated once already in May 2013, this interactive glossary has established itself as a...

In Focus: Understanding the Framework Nuclear Agreement with Iran

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How to Save the Iran Deal

Dennis Ross

Although Ayatollah Khamenei and the Revolutionary Guard oppose nuclear inspections, President Obama should stand tough because transparency is the only way to make the deal work.


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Dealing with a Bad Iranian Nuclear Agreement

James F. Jeffrey

Whether by advocating careful congressional action or simply waiting until a new administration is in place, those who question the president's apparent Iran strategy will have several means of correcting course once an agreement is signed.