Preventing Another Hiroshima: Making The Case For A Nuclear Deal With Iran

By , Council Board Member

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Seventy years ago, the United States became the only country to use atomic weapons by bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Today, we have a chance to mitigate this legacy with the Iran nuclear agreement.

This deal represents by far the best solution in limiting Iran’s nuclear program. The costly results of our lengthy conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan have shown the superiority of peaceful solutions to international crises.

Read this article in the WBUR’s Cognoscenti