On July 14, the U.S. and its international negotiating partners finalized a strong, verifiable agreement to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran. Tough and principled diplomacy resulted in a very good deal that will block any pathway Iran might have to a nuclear weapon for many years to come.
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Senator Brian Schatz (Hawaii-D) breaks down his support for the Iran nuclear agreement on MSNBC with Chris Hayes.
Former Senator Russ Feingold told a radio host Monday that he supports the Iran nuclear deal and believes President Obama has done a good job in crafting an alternative to what he says is a path to war.
More than 120 wealthy Democratic donors have written to the party’s leadership in Congress to express support for the Iran nuclear deal, the latest move in a fierce battle for votes on the historic agreement.
“I think these 159 pages is arguably the toughest, most intrusive agreement of its kind.” Says Dr. Jim Walsh, concerning the recently completed Iran nuclear deal.
Council Board Member Dr. Jim Walsh, International Security expert at MIT, sizes up the Iran deal.
As you move to the conclusion of the conference on the fiscal year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act, we urge you to consider the following recommendations for a more principled approach to national security and foreign policy:
As you are proceeding with the fiscal year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) conference, we write to highlight two issues we believe are essential to our national security…
In this week’s edition: Navy slush fund, Sen. Murphy’s vision of American foreign policy, missile defense, and the latest on NDAA.
A redeployment of ballistic missiles to Europe following a precipitous decline in relations with Russia would be an expensive, if unlikely scenario, experts told Anadolu Agency.