Publications

  • Five Myths About the Iran Deal

    Five Myths About the Iran Deal

    As the final round of nuclear negotiations begins here in Vienna, opponents of a deal have become schizophrenic in their efforts to torpedo it. Unable to base their objections on science or the technical facts currently being drafted, they have instead resorted to a loose mélange of poorly constructed straw… Read More »
  • Beyond Centrifuges: The Geopolitical Implications of an Iran Deal

    Beyond Centrifuges: The Geopolitical Implications of an Iran Deal

    How can a deal provide new options for the U.S. to resolve some of the most important challenges in the region? Watch this timely NIAC panel with Peter Beinart, contributing editor for The Atlantic and National Journal; Fred Kaplan, columnist for Slate; Trita Parsi, President of NIAC; and moderator Barbara… Read More »
  • The Iran Deal Proves That Peace Is Possible

    The Iran Deal Proves That Peace Is Possible

    We need to recognize that this is an unprecedented diplomatic effort. It is difficult to maintain much hope in humanity these days. The Islamic State is on a rampage in Iraq and Syria; Bashar al-Assad’s government continues to massacre its own […] Read More »
  • Iran Nuclear Talks: Clearing the Final Hurdles

    Iran Nuclear Talks: Clearing the Final Hurdles

    As officials from Iran and the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany (P5+1) negotiate around the clock in Vienna, the self-imposed June 30 deadline steadily approaches to seal a comprehensive nuclear deal. The Obama and Rouhani […] Read More »

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