Publications

  • Congress Changes Rules on Iran: Opposing View

    Congress Changes Rules on Iran: Opposing View

    Congress should play an appropriate oversight role over a nuclear deal with Iran. Unfortunately, the proposed Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act is not oversight but instead an extraordinary effort to undermine the president’s ability to conduct diplomacy and change the […] Read More »
  • Memo: The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act and Its Implications for U.S. Sanctions Policy

    Memo: The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act and Its Implications for U.S. Sanctions Policy

    On April 14th, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted an amended version of the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, S. 615 (the “Corker-Menendez bill”) out of committee. The legislation, which provides for Congressional review and oversight of any comprehensive nuclear […] Read More »
  • Truce: Iran, the U.S. and the Middle East After the Nuclear Deal

    Truce: Iran, the U.S. and the Middle East After the Nuclear Deal

    The recent framework agreement between Iran and the P5+1—the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia and China—removed a major hurdle toward resolving the standoff over Tehran’s nuclear program. Though a final deal between Iran and the West before the self-imposed June 30 deadline is far from guaranteed, it… Read More »
  • Some news from NIAC’s Outreach Director

    Some news from NIAC’s Outreach Director

    Dear NIAC family, I’m reaching out to share some news: I’m excited and humbled to have the opportunity to pursue my Masters in Public Policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, beginning later this summer. While this means I […] Read More »

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