June 29, 2014

The Hawks' Playbook for Opposing a U.S.-Iran Deal

John Hudson, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

Though the United States has yet to secure a final deal to restrain Iran's nuclear program, an influential pair of hawks in Washington have already devised a way for Congress to unravel any potential agreement after the ink is dry.

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TAGGED: U.S. Foreign Policy, United States, Barack Obama, Middle East, Iran

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