john kerry iran deal
The secretary of state boldly predicts the deal will have a 90 percent approval rating by 2017.
Kerry also said the U.S. and Egypt are returning to a "stronger base" in bilateral ties.
Armitage reserved judgment on the nuclear deal, stressing the need for short-notice inspections of Iranian facilities to
"President Obama remains committed to a two-state solution," Kerry said, adding "he remains hopeful that whatever choice
Kerry was at the forefront of an effort to achieve a temporary agreement with Iran last year. That agreement, the Joint Plan
The nuclear agreement reached this weekend between Iran, the U.S., and five other countries is an important "first step" in