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.
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.
What Are the “Poison Pills” in the Corker-Menendez Bill?
Prepared by Edward Levine, Former Senate Foreign Relations Committee staff and Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation National Advisory Board member
Center Board Member, Ed Levine, interviewed by The Washington Post on Senate in Iran negotiations
Will Senate Democrats really help kill an Obama nuclear deal with Iran? The negotiations over the future of Iran’s nuclear program are coming down to the wire, with last-minute snags developing around the question of whether Iran will agree to allow its atomic fuel to be shipped out of the country. Other unresolved issues include […]
Executive Summary: The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015
Analysis by Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Advisory Board Member Edward Levine For a PDF version of this executive summary click here. For Ed Levine’s full analysis, please click here. The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015: More Harmful than Helpful Executive Summary On February 27, Senator Bob Corker (R-TN), chairman of the […]