Ed Levine Quoted in The Christian Science Monitor

Should approval of an international agreement limiting Iran’s nuclear program be linked to Iran’s history of sponsoring terrorism?

That question will move to center stage Tuesday when a Senate committee considers legislation that in essence would add renouncing terrorism to the list of Iran’s commitments for the United States to honor a final deal.

PilotOnline.com Publishes Article by Center Board Chair, Gen. Robert Gard on Congress and Iran

The United States and its international partners – collectively known as “the P5+1” – have reached a framework agreement with Iran over the future of its nuclear program; debate in Washington now focuses on whether it’s a “good deal.

Many, including a majority of the Senate’s Republican caucus, oppose any deal and will try just about anything to stop it – including writing a letter to Iran’s leaders pledging to undo the agreement once President Barack Obama leaves office.

Board Member Richard Klass Published Article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Senate Bill Threat

Now that the United States, its international partners and Iran finally agreed on a framework for a final nuclear deal, one of the biggest hurdles facing its implementation is a bill in Congress — supported by Virginia’s senators, Tim Kaine and Mark Warner, both Democrats — that carries a high risk of derailing this historic opportunity of peacefully limiting Iran’s ability to build a nuclear weapon.

General Gard on Iran Deal in PilotOnline

The United States and its international partners – collectively known as “the P5+1” – have reached a framework agreement with Iran over the future of its nuclear program; debate in Washington now focuses on whether it’s a “good deal.

LA Times Quotes Phil Coyle on Iran Nuclear Agreement

A preliminary agreement that would curtail Iran’s nuclear program raised hope around the world that the nation could be prevented from developing nuclear weapons. But just 24 hours after the deal was struck, there appeared to be sharp disagreement over the details in the package.