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. As diplomatic efforts toward negotiating a final deal between Iran and the P5+1 nations resume in 2015, maintaining that bipartisanship, especially cooperation between the White House and Capitol Hill, will be crucial to their success. Whether through the failure of talks or acceptance of a too lax deal, a nuclear Iran still remains an all too real danger.
Episode 33: This Week in Immigration
Budget and Economics, Immigration