Analysis & Commentary

13th January 2014 - National Review Online

The Iran Deal: More Moola for the Mullahs

Benjamin Weinthal

The Islamic Republic of Iran and the “P5+1” major powers have confirmed that an interim agreement to restrict Iran’s illicit nuclear program is slated to start...

13th January 2014 - FDD Policy Brief

With Sanctions in Doubt, Trade Delegations Flock to Iran

Ali Alfoneh

Upon the announcement of the implementation of the Joint Plan of Action (JPA) between Iran and the six world powers (P5+1) on Sunday, President Barack...

13th January 2014 - Quoted by Tim Starks, CQ Roll Call

U.S., Iran Advance Interim Nuclear Deal Amid Sanctions Debate

Mark Dubowitz

Critics of the deal with Iran over its nuclear program said they still want to enact legislation with delayed-trigger sanctions after the United States, Tehran...

13th January 2014 - Quoted by Howard LaFranchi, Christian Science Monitor

Is Congress About to Kill Iran Nuclear Deal Against Obama’s Wishes?

Mark Dubowitz, Ali Alfoneh

President Obama is warning Congress against steps that could scuttle a deal that he says is the best chance to peacefully stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear...

13th January 2014 - Quoted by Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post

Questions About the Iran Implementation Deal

Mark Dubowitz

The administration announced completion of the implementation agreement for an interim nuclear deal (got that?) with Iran. This, however, amounts to much...

13th January 2014 - Quoted by Terry Atlas, Bloomberg

Iran Gets Sanctions Relief Jan. 20 as Nuclear Deal Begins

Mark Dubowitz

Iran agreed to curtail its nuclear activities starting Jan. 20 under a deal with world powers, triggering the easing of some sanctions and the start of a six...

13th January 2014 - Fox News

Happening Now

Mark Dubowitz

FDD's Mark Dubowitz discusses the Iranian nuclear deal and the effect lifting sanctions will have on the US's ability to stem Iran's nuclear program and support for terrorism.

12th January 2014 - Quoted by Ben Wolfgang, The Washington Times

Doubts Rise on Obama’s Nuclear Deal with Iran; Appeasement or Deterent?

Mark Dubowitz

A preliminary deal designed to halt Iran’s nuclear program will take effect next week, the White House said Sunday, but some U.S. lawmakers and analysts...

12th January 2014 - Quoted by Jay Solomon, Carol E. Lee, and Laurence Norman, The Wall Street Journal

Iranian Nuclear Accord Advances

Mark Dubowitz

World powers and Iran agreed to begin implementing a pact to curb Tehran's nuclear program on Jan. 20, setting the stage for six months of diplomacy intended...

11th January 2014 - Fox News

America’s News HQ

Mark Dubowitz

FDD's Mark Dubowitz discusses al Qaeda's expansion in the Middle East and how it is the result of the US's withdrawal from the region.

11th January 2014 - Quoted by Josh Rogin, The Daily Beast

Inside the White House War on Dems

Mark Dubowitz

The White House is now openly declaring that Senate Democrats who support new sanctions against Iran are itching for war, but their campaign...

10th January 2014 - Quoted by Peter Foster, The Telegraph

Iran Claims Nuclear Talks Found Solutions Over All Disagreements

Mark Dubowitz

Iranian and European negotiators have found solutions to "all" their disagreements over how to implement the Geneva nuclear deal, Iran's deputy...

10th January 2014 - National Review Online

Is Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal Unraveling?

Benjamin Weinthal

President Obama’s nuclear agreement to slow down Iran’s drive to become a nuclear-weapons power faces tough resistance from Senate Republicans and...

10th January 2014 - Quoted by Jonathan Tobin, Commentary

Time for Honesty from Obama on Iran

Mark Dubowitz

How far are Democrats willing to go to squelch efforts to put a chill on the administration’s headlong rush to embrace Iran? We got a taste of just how important...

10th January 2014 - FDD Policy Brief

The Banking Provisions in the Joint Plan of Action Between Iran and the P5+1

Emanuele Ottolenghi

Sanctions against Iran’s banking sector have restricted Iran access to financial markets and services. Iran’s exclusion has had an impact on its ability to procure...

10th January 2014 - Quoted by Bradley Klapper, The Associated Press

Iran Sanctions Push Gains Supporters in Senate

Mark Dubowitz

Fifty-nine senators now back a new sanctions package they say would increase the pressure on Iran to make nuclear concessions, congressional aides said Friday.

10th January 2014 - Quoted by Daniel-Dylan Bohmer, Die Welt

Iran-Abkommen Wird Umgesetzt – Mit Verzögerung

Orde Kittrie

Eigentlich hat jetzt die spannende Phase begonnen, lange nachdem die Kameras abgeschaltet und die Korrespondenten nach Hause geflogen sind. Die Gläser...

10th January 2014 - Quoted by Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

Putin’s Oil Slick

Mark Dubowitz

Russia has apparently barged into America's nuclear negotiations with Iran, and is threatening to undermine the U.S.-led sanctions effort by working on a...

9th January 2014 - Quoted by Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post

Obama Iran Gambit is Unraveling

Mark Dubowitz

Some “snag.” That is how a Reuters headline characterizes its report that there is an impasse in talks with Iran over the implementation agreement for an interim...

9th January 2014 - The Huffington Post

Iran: Rouhani Fights the Revolutionary Guards, Not Corruption

Ali Alfoneh

Just before leaving office, the Iranian press confronted president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with a Transparency International report declaring Iran "the second...

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