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Iran Vote Tracker

National Security / Page August 19, 2015

Following a 60-day review period, Congress weighed in on a joint resolution either approving or disapproving the final deal on Iran’s nuclear program.​

The Iran Deal and the Prospects for American Crude Oil Exports

Energy / Blog July 23, 2015

If negotiators are now prepared to allow for greater exports of Iranian energy resources, should the self-imposed ban on American crude oil remain in place?

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UNSC Action Closes Door on Pursuit of Better Iran Deal

Blaise Misztal / Blog July 21, 2015

In making the case for the nuclear agreement with Iran, President Obama has favored one main argument: this deal is preferable to the other choices available.

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How Does the Iran Deal Measure Up? Final Text Versus Framework‎ Agreement

Blaise Misztal, Jessica Michek / Research July 17, 2015

BPC analysis comparing the April framework agreement between Iran and the P5+1 to the text of the final deal reveals several worrying discrepancies.

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Sanctions Relief in the Iran Deal: Not Solely Nuclear

Jessica Michek / Blog July 17, 2015

Given the complexity of the sanctions regime, distinguishing between those measures which are and are not “nuclear-related” will pose a significant challenge.

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After Iran Deal: Wrangling Over Hybrid Sanctions

Jessica Michek / Blog July 14, 2015

U.S. policymakers charged with implementation will have to interpret the parameters of the agreement, particularly as they pertain to sanctions relief.

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Iran Deal: Section-by-Section Analysis

Blaise Misztal / Blog July 14, 2015

Following the announcement of the final deal, BPC’s Blaise Misztal reviews the details you need to know.

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What Do U.S. Negotiating Team Changes Mean for Iran Nuclear Talks?

Jessica Michek / Blog June 17, 2015

In the nearly two years since Iran and the P5+1 countries agreed to the Joint Plan of Action, one thing is drastically different—the U.S. negotiating team.

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Update on Iran’s Nuclear Program

Blaise Misztal / Blog February 23, 2015

The latest report on Iran’s nuclear program suggests that Iran continues to test the boundaries of the current diplomatic process to address its nuclear program.

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Congress and the White House Need Each Other on Iran

National Security / Research January 20, 2015

A nuclear weapons-capable Iran would be strategically untenable for the United States. Preventing that outcome—hopefully diplomatically—has been a priority for leaders of both parties.

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