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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry addresses the press in Geneva. Photo by U.S. Mission Geneva / Eric Bridiers

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry addresses the press in Geneva. Photo by U.S. Mission Geneva / Eric Bridiers

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Looking to a Comprehensive Nuclear Agreement with Iran: Assessing Claims and Counterclaims Over New Sanctions

2.18.2014  As nuclear negotiations resume between Iran and world powers in Vienna, The Iran Project has released a new short report, Looking to a Comprehensive Nuclear Agreement with Iran: Assessing Claims and Counterclaims Over New Sanctions. These negotiations will build on the Joint Plan of Action agreement that went into effect last month, freezing and rolling back Iran’s nuclear program, and taking verifiable steps toward reaching a comprehensive accord. This is a unique opportunity for diplomacy, and the best chance in years to resolve the Iran nuclear crisis through negotiations.

Our Articles & Op Eds

Iran: A Good Deal Now in DangerNY Review of Books. February 2014 Issue.

A Delicate Dance with IranThe Denver Post. January 12, 2014

Diplomatic Success Always Trumps a Military Victory. 
Financial Times. December 19, 2013.

Looking to Diplomacy with Iran. Reuters. October 14, 2013.

For a New Approach to IranThe New York Review of Books. July 16, 2013.

A New Way Forward is now Possible with Iran. The Plain Dealer. September 13, 2013.

See 2012 Articles and Op Eds.

The Iran Project in the News

The Iran Project’s reports have received media coverage including, but not limited to:

Obama Shares Rouhani’s Challenge Selling Any Deal Reached. Bloomberg Business Week.
February 18, 2014

Report undermines US Iran sanctions push. AFP. February 18, 2014

Bipartisan Expert Group Says New Iran Sanctions will Undermine Diplomacy. Think Progress.
February 18, 2014

Iran Nuclear Talks Start With Doubt of Deal on DeadlineBloomberg. February 17, 2014

Congress Did Its Part, Now Let the Diplomats Do TheirsUS News. February 5, 2014.

Fact Checking the Obama Strategy for Iran’s NukesUS News. February 4, 2014.

Iran sanctions bill opposed by Obama gains Senate backers. Reuters. January 6, 2014

Security Experts Ask Senators To Pull Back Iran Sanctions Bill. Think Progress. January 6, 2014

Power or Persuasion: More Sanctions or Bombs for Iran? Defense One. December 16, 2013

If Sanctions Worked with Iran, will they work with ‘rogue’ nations? The Nation. November 27, 2013.

Obama and the Munich Katrinas  The Daily Beast. November 26, 2013.

Deal Would Freeze Iran Nuclear Program for Six Months  New York Times. November 23, 2013.

Will Obama Strike a Nuclear Deal With Iran? The Nation. November 20, 2013.

Poll: Large Majority of Americans Support Nuclear Deal with Iran  Think Progress. November 20, 2013

Iran Nuclear Deal Sought in Geneva After Israeli Criticism  Bloomberg News. November 20, 2013

Sanctions Are Key Topic at Iran Talks Voice of America. November 19, 2013

Split on Accord on Iran Strains U.S.-Israel Ties  New York Times. November 18, 2013

U.S.-Iran Thaw Grew From Years Of Behind-the-Scenes Talks Wall Street Journal. November 7, 2013

The road to finalizing a nuclear deal with Iran Al-Jazeera America. October 18, 2013

Western governments wary on eve of Iran nuclear talks  The Washington Post. October 15, 2013

World powers set for nuclear talks with Rouhani Iran Agence France-Presse. October 14, 2013

Iran refuses to ship out uranium stockpiles but hopes rise of breakthrough The Guardian. October 13, 2013

Will Iran Go Big in Geneva? Al Monitor. October 11, 2013

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