December 6, 2013

U.S. and Iran See Deal Differently

Jonathan Schanzer, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

The nuclear deal between the P5+1 and Iran last month has been widely hailed as a successful interim measure to stave off an unwanted conflict over Tehran’s illicit nuclear program. But after initially celebrating a diplomatic success, Iran is now reportedly lashing out at the United States for releasing a modified version of the agreement to the American people that does not reflect its interpretation.

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TAGGED: Nuclear Weapons, Iran


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