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Let there be no doubt that this is the best agreement ever negotiated to block a new country's acquisition of nuclear weapons. One can quibble with some of the details at the margins of the agreement, but at its core, it is an excellent agreement.
McConnell said he would be surprised if any Senate Republican supports the deal.
P.M. Netanyahu spoke yesterday, President Obama today. It amounts to a 15-round boxing match, and while we are not yet close to the last round, the cumulative impression is that the president has the advantage, and he may be increasing his lead.
Don't sweat the July nuclear accord between the United States and Iran. There are two crucial points to take away from all the angry chatter to come: first, none of this matters and second, the devil is not in the details, though he may indeed appear on those Sunday talk shows.
In the Middle East, when it comes to people who don't get along, the real negotiations start after the deal is struck, because then there is a relation to manage. Until then, negotiations are about if there will be a relation or not.
The Iran nuclear agreement is a very bad deal, and the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee starting yesterday just highlighted it in a big way. It is painfully clear now why so much of it is kept secret. Those who keep secrecy are those who have something to hide.
WASHINGTON, July 6 (Reuters) - The White House said Tuesday's deadline for negotiators in Vienna to come to a final, firm
Under the revised deal, brokered by Cardin and committee chairman Corker (R-Tenn.), the Senate would have a 30-day time frame
But those inspections require personnel, personnel require resources, and all of them require money, which the IAEA doesn't
Obama noted he planned to speak to congressional leaders and said he'd welcome a "robust debate" with U.S. lawmakers on the
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, on a visit to Canada on Friday, voiced optimism. * Full deal would follow by end
"It's time to bomb Iran," Gohmert said in an interview Wednesday with Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on the
After months of deadlock, there have been areas of progress in the talks recently, Iranian, U.S. and European officials say
“Our decision to extend a joint action plan proves that we’ll continue to press the negotiations to get a good deal to satisfy
WASHINGTON -- A new report blasting Iran for its involvement in the Syrian civil war is drawing attention in the nation's