Tag Archives: US-Iran

How to kick-start Iran-US regional cooperation

The solution is to not fall for this psychological ploy. International banks and companies should rest assured that nuclear-related sanctions on Iran are gone for good and that there is nothing the United States can do — neither now nor in the future — to reimpose them without destroying its credibility at the same time. […]

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Obama Administration Will Hand Off Iran Portfolio To An Uncertain Future

“The relationship between Kerry and Zarif was hugely impactful in terms of reaching the [nuclear deal] and continuing cooperation afterwards. However, because it is more a personal relationship and not institutionalized, it is hard to imagine how this level of dialogue can continue once Obama leaves office,” Seyed Hossein Mousavian, a former nuclear negotiator for […]

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Obama Needs to Protect the Iran Deal

The United States, along with France, Germany, Britain, China and Russia, reached a historic deal with Iran last July that lifts most sanctions in return for curbs on Iran’s nuclear program. The deal, codified in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and endorsed by the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, specifically includes allowing non-American […]

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Understanding Iran: Perspectives in Practice

This panel (Laura Secor, Seyed Hossein Mousavian, and John Limbert) will convene diverse expertise to explore the politics of post-nuclear deal Iran. “Understanding Iran: Perspectives in Practice,” Annual Modern Iran Academic Panel, Princeton University, April 6, 2016. Video of Panel Information about Panel  

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U.S. Torpedoing the Nuclear Deal Will Reaffirm Iran’s Distrust

The nuclear deal reached between Iran and the P5+1 world powers last summer, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, was predicated on a basic give-and-take. In exchange for Iran agreeing to intrusive international inspections and monitoring and limits on its enrichment and heavy water capacity for a confidence-building period, the P5+1 would […]

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