Research and Policy Associates Sarah Tully and Greg Terryn break down three key features of the Iran deal in our second episode of Two Minute Takes!
Council for a Livable World was one of several organizations to sign this letter to Congress on the negotiations to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran.
MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release: June 25, 2015 Contact: Amanda Waldron email@example.com; 202-543-4100 x2115 Iran Talks Down to the Wire, Dr. Jim Walsh Testifies before Senate Foreign Relations Committee Today Washington, DC—This morning, Dr. Jim Walsh, international security expert at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Council for a Livable World Board Member, […]
While we continue to oppose the Corker bill and any legislation that might undermine completion of an agreement, we are somewhat relieved that President Obama is not overly concerned about the potential impact of the Corker bill on the diplomatic talks. We stand in strong support of the president’s diplomacy to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran.
The framework agreement cuts off all potential paths to an Iranian nuclear weapon. A nuclear deal based on the provisions agreed to under last week’s framework would block every path Iran has to obtaining a nuclear weapon through an exceptionally intrusive regime of restrictions and monitoring. Weapons grade plutonium or uranium are necessary to make a nuclear bomb.