John Isaacs gives a history lesson as to why the Republican party in Congress typically opposes nuclear treaties when introduced by Democratic presidents.
Press & In the News on Iran Diplomacy
Below is a letter to current Members of Congress, … Continued
The Center and Council were among 70 organizations to sign this joint letter to Congress in support of the Iran nuclear agreement.
In his latest piece for Foreign Affairs, Center board chair Lt. Gen. Robert Gard uses lessons from North Korea to argue the U.S. must hold up its side of the bargain in the Iran deal.
Center board members Phil Coyle, Ed Levine, and Sharon Squassoni joined over 70 arms control and nuclear experts to endorse the Iran deal in this letter.
Scientist Working Group member Gregory Koblentz, the Director of the … Continued
News source Media Matters quotes the Center’s factsheet “The Real Facts on the Iran Nuclear Deal” to disqualify false claims posed by the opposition to the Iran Deal.
36 retired Generals and Admirals, including the Center’s board chair Lt. Gen. Robert Gard and three members of the Center’s National Advisory Board, write an open letter about how the Iran Deal will benefit US National Security.
In my judgment there is little risk in proceeding with this agreement. If Iran does not keep its promises, the agreement will be voided.
Bombing Iran would ensure what the United States is trying to prevent—an Iran hellbent on acquiring a bomb.