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.
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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.
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Op-ed by Col. Richard Klass, vice chair of the Center board, on the longevity of the Iran nuclear agreement.
Lt. Gen. Robert Gard and executive director Angela Canterbury explain why Congress should support the deal with Iran.
“So, for today, Congress did no harm. Let’s see about tomorrow.”
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.