Analysis & Commentary

26th November 2013 - Quoted by Bradley Klapper, The Associated Press

Senators Writing New Sanctions in Case Iran Cheats

Mark Dubowitz

Leading Democratic and Republican senators are crafting legislation to reinstate the full force of sanctions and impose new ones if Iran doesn't make good...

26th November 2013 - FDD Policy Brief

The Gulf Reaction to Geneva

David Andrew Weinberg

Coverage of international responses to the Iranian nuclear deal has focused primarily on Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s warning that the agreement is a...

26th November 2013 - FDD Policy Brief

Iranian FM Mohammad-Javad Zarif: Twitter vs Memoirs

Ali Alfoneh

Iranian foreign minister and chief nuclear negotiator Mohammad-Javad Zarif returned to Tehran with great fanfare this weekend following the accord he reached...

25th November 2013 - Quoted by Oren Dorell, USA Today

Iran Sanctions Relief May Be Hard to Undo

Mark Dubowitz

Sanctions relief given to Iran in return for its agreement to suspend part of its nuclear program are not as limited or as reversible as the White House claims...

25th November 2013 - CNN


Clifford D. May

FDD's Clifford May debates Trita Parsi on the recently struck interim nuclear deal with Iran.

25th November 2013 - The Blaze

Real News

Emanuele Ottolenghi

FDD's Emanuele Ottolenghi analyzes the P5 + 1 nuclear deal with Iran and explains how it is a bad deal for Israel.

25th November 2013 - NPR

All Things Considered

Mark Dubowitz

The Obama administration says one of the most important gains in the Iran nuclear deal is that it will buy time for negotiations on a more permanent agreement.

25th November 2013 - Quoted by Max Rosenthal, The Huffington Post

Iran Nuclear Deal May Foreshadow Tehran’s Role In Syria Peace Talks

Tony Badran

With one major diplomatic deal now agreed upon, Iran may be on track to take a formal role in negotiations to end the Syrian civil war. Secretary of State John...

25th November 2013 - The Wall Street Journal

Opinion Journal

Clifford D. May

FDD President Clifford May on the lopsided nuclear pact between Tehran and six Western powers.

24th November 2013 - The Wall Street Journal

A Weak Agreement Likely to Get Worse

Mark Dubowitz, Orde Kittrie

The Geneva deal agreed to Sunday by six major powers with Iran is a gamble on Western optimism. While slightly rolling back Iranian nuclear capability...

24th November 2013 - National Review Online

Waltzing with the Mullahs to a Nuclear Bomb

Benjamin Weinthal

It is a topsy-turvy world when the United Nations Security Council is stricter than the Obama administration. Secretary of State John Kerry helped solidify...

24th November 2013 - Quoted by Joby Warrick, The Washington Post

After Iran Nuclear Deal, Tough Challenges Ahead

Mark Dubowitz

The euphoria over the signing of a historic nuclear agreement with Iran gave way to sober reality Sunday as the parties clashed over a key element of...

24th November 2013 - Quoted by Jay Solomon, The Wall Street Journal

Iran Pact Faces Stiff Opposition

Mark Dubowitz

A groundbreaking deal to curb Iran's nuclear program faces towering obstacles at home and abroad to becoming a permanent agreement, starting with...

24th November 2013 - CNN

Fareed Zakaria GPS

Reuel Marc Gerecht

FDD's Reuel Marc Gerecht joins a panel of analysts to discuss the nuclear deal struck with Iran in Geneva.

23rd November 2013 - National Review Online

Saturday Night Iran-Talks News

Clifford D. May

We don’t know the details yet but there is every reason to believe that this deal will significantly ease the economic pressure on Iran’s rulers — in exchange for...

23rd November 2013 - Alternative News Radio

Steel on Steel

Claudia Rosett

A timeline of all the North Korean appeasement deals the U.S.has penned, identical to the Iran proposals, which only resulted in allowing North Korea to proceed with its nuclear weapons program.

22nd November 2013 - Quoted by David E. Sanger and Jodi Rudoren, The New York Times

A Gamble in Iran Talks: Easing of the Sanctions

Mark Dubowitz

In its delicate negotiations with Iran over freezing its nuclear program, the Obama administration is gambling that the gradual relaxation of punishing sanctions...

22nd November 2013 - National Review Online

Opening a Gateway to a Nuclear-Armed Middle East

Benjamin Weinthal

The Obama administration is inching toward a deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran to temporarily curtail some elements of its illicit nuclear program.

22nd November 2013 - The Weekly Standard

Iran’s Chief Negotiator

Claudia Rosett

Along with President Hassan Rouhani, Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is yet another arrow in the quiver of the Islamic Republic’s charm offensive.

21st November 2013 - Syndicated

The John Batchelor Show

Tony Badran

The attack on the Iranian embassy in Beirut, Lebanon.

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