Tag: Iran Deal

Experts Support the Iran Deal

To view all pro-deal statements as a PDF, click here. Experts 100 Former Ambassadors, including Amb. Thomas Pickering (ret.), Fmr. Amb. to Israel; Amb. Daniel Kurtzer (ret.), Fmr. Amb. to Israel; Amb. Nicholas Burns (ret.), Fmr. Amb. to NATO; and

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70+ National Organizations Implore Congress to Support Iran Agreement

Open Letter Urges Congress to Take Path of Diplomacy, Not War FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 27, 2015 Contact: Angela Miller, Win Without War (608) 354-6269, angela@winwithoutwar.org Today, over 70 national organizations, representing tens of millions of Americans from across the

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Iranian Human Rights Defenders Coming Out Massively in Support of the Iran Deal

By Trita Parsi. Originally published on Huffington Post. The Obama administration is clearly winning the battle over the Iran deal. Momentum is so strong in its favor that Obama may even be able to prevent a resolution rejecting the deal

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They’re Back—The Iraq War Hawks Target Iran

If you have friends who’ve been tricked, duped, or bamboozled by the war lobby into opposing the Iran nuclear deal, share this new ad with them from our friends at Americans United for Change: And if they’re looking for more

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Restrictions on Iran’s Nuclear Program: Beyond 15 Years

By the Arms Control Association. Originally posted online here. Experts and analysts broadly agree that the nuclear deal struck between the P5+1 (China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States) and Iran on July 14 will effectively

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51 Christian Leaders Urge Congress to Vote for Diplomatic Agreement with Iran

Dear Member of Congress: As Christian leaders in the United States, we are writing to urge you to vote in support of the negotiated settlement over Iran’s nuclear program. We live by God’s call to “seek peace and pursue it”

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Col. Wilkerson: The Isolated States of America

In the spring of 2003, as the statue of Saddam Hussein tumbled down in Baghdad, the leaders in Tehran were worried they were next. They sent Washington an offer to negotiate. The offer addressed Iran’s nuclear program and a range

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What happens if the Senate rejects the Iran deal?

By Joe Cirincione. Originally published in the Los Angeles Times. The nuclear agreement with Iran is supported by almost every nation in the world. It has the backing of nearly the entire American security establishment, current and retired. It enjoys

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Critics of the Iran nuclear deal don’t understand the real Iran

By Reza Marashi, Research director, National Iranian American Council. Originally published in Quartz. If there was any doubt that US president Barack Obama was all in on the Iran nuclear deal, he eliminated those doubts with his Aug. 5 speech

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Key Female Leaders Support the Iran Deal

Originally posted by WAND. Obama Administration Officials Wendy Sherman, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs “Everybody talks about their concerns about what happens 15 years from now; quite frankly, I’m concerned about what happens today. Iran has 12,000 kg

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