Resources

Information about the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)

The historic deal that will prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon: The White House’s website on the final deal.

We all support the Iran deal: Quotes from organizations, experts, and Members of Congress in support of the deal.

In Iran deal, a vote for diplomacy: Col. Wilkerson and Kate Gould explain why the Iran deal is good for our national security.

Myths and Realities of the Iran Deal: The Arms Control Association debunks myths against the deal.

A good Iran deal: Tom Z. Collina explains why this is a good deal.

Support for the Deal

Everyday Americans, foreign policy experts, and civil society organizations support the Iran Deal.

75% of Democrats, 60% of Jewish Americans, and 54% of all Americans support the deal.

70 nuclear non-proliferation experts, 60 nuclear security experts, 5 former Ambassadors to Israel, 29 top U.S. scientists, over 100 former U.S. ambassadors, over 500 Iranian Americans, and 36 retired Generals and Admirals signed onto letters endorsing the deal. 

Over 50 organizations signed onto a letter supporting diplomacy with Iran.

Over 150 Members of Congress signed onto a letter supporting negotiations.

Over the last two years, over 170 Members of Congress have made statements supporting diplomacy with Iran.

General Information

Understanding the Iran Deal: The Friends Committee on National Legislation explains the deal.

The Real Facts on the Iran Nuclear Deal: The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation debunks arguments against the deal.

Veterans and Experts Warn Alternative to Iran Deal is WarIn a series of videos, experts from the Truman Project, Americans United for Change, and Brave New Films explain why they support the Iran deal.

What a war with Iran would cost: An article by Juan Cole.

Special Report: Intel shows Iran nuclear threat not imminent: An article that highlights intelligence that has been gathered about Iran’s nuclear program.

Congress’s Role in the Negotiations

On September 10, 2015, the U.S. Senate voted to uphold the deal. Click here to learn more about what this victory means for foreign policy and for the Iran deal.

Next Step: Take Action

Click here to sign our petition saying thank you to the U.S. Senate for choosing diplomacy.

Click here to share our infographic explaining the deal.