iran nuke deal

The report aims at answering questions about the true nature of Iran's past nuclear activities.
Different Iranians call the deal "the best resolution," "a path to the progressive world" and "nothing more than a piece of paper."
Obama's former chief of staff, a prominent Jewish Democrat, comes out in support of the agreement.
Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs breaks down the nuke deal.
Reuters reported in November that the six would likely stop short of demanding full disclosure of any secret weapon work
"Looming large is the challenge of finishing the negotiation with Iran over the course of the next two and a half months
This deal will verifiably prevent Iran from building a bomb for at least 15 years. No American troops will be killed, and it won't cost us a dime. What's not to like?
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The real reason behind the attacks is one and only one word: Iran. Ever since the Shiites came to power in Iraq in 2004, and Jordan's King Abdullah spoke about a "Shiite Crescent" in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia, a religious dictatorship of the worst kind, together with its Sunni allies in the region, which are also dictatorial regimes, have been obsessed with the Shiites and Iran.
STOCKHOLM - A breakthrough might compel a phase of intense diplomacy, giving Iran a pathway to diplomatic normalization and opening the door for grand bargains that could begin to restore order and stability to the rest of the region. A breakdown, by contrast, though unlikely to lead immediately to war, could easily foment developments that lead in that direction, and the region as a whole could be pulled even deeper into the current vortex of chaos and violence.