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Implementing the Iran Nuclear Deal: A Status Report

One year since its “implementation day”, 16 January 2016, the July 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany (the P5+1) – the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – is both a success and in jeopardy. It has delivered so …

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More Information Is Needed to Evaluate Implementation of the Iran Nuclear Deal

Katherine Bauer and Patrick Clawson (Washington Institute) On January 10, officials from Iran and the P5+1 countries met in Vienna under the auspices of the Joint Commission, a body established by the 2015 nuclear deal and coordinated by Frederica Mogherini, the European Union’s high representative for foreign affairs and security policy. …

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How Rouhani’s main asset became his biggest liability

Ali Hashem (Al Monitor) Six minutes’ walk from the office of the Iranian president in downtown Tehran lies Horr Square, which features a statue of a warrior killing a mythical monster. Every time President Hassan Rouhani goes to work, he can’t but see the warrior, who might inspire him in …

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Mark Fitzpatrick: No, Iran was not advantaged by clarification of nuclear limits

Mark Fitzpatrick is Executive Director, IISS-Americas On 1 September, David Albright and Andrea Stricker of the Institute for Science and International Security – the ‘good’ ISIS, according to its Twitter handle – triggered renewed criticism of last year’s Iran nuclear accord by claiming that Iran was secretly granted exemptions to …

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