July 15, 2016

Politico: Inside the Plan to Undo the Iran Nuclear Deal

Deal defenders like Tyler Cullis, a lawyer and sanctions expert at the National Iranian-American Council, say U.S. officials are and should be doing “road shows” to undo the message they sent in 2010 when they made trips to Europe urging banks not to finance Iran business.

“Stigmatizing all business with Iran is the new sanction,” says Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian-American Council and an ardent champion of the agreement and of improved relations with Iran. So far, he says, efforts by the anti-deal camp are “paper cuts,” but he worries that with every new obstruction, “the foundation for the deal is weakening” and could be eroded.


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