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Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Iran

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Iran

As the Ink Cools on the Iran Nuclear Agreement, Debate Heats Up
Posted on Tuesday July 21, 2015

Negotiators from the P5+1 and Iran have concluded their 20-month long negotiations process with an agreement to limit Iran’s nuclear program, but the agreement still faces major hurdles and a divided country as it moves towards implementation. Chief among these is the 60-day review period mandated by the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 […]

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Iran Nuclear Program Agreement Announced, Reform Movement Responds
Posted on Tuesday July 14, 2015

Early this morning, P5+1 and Iran announced an historic agreement aimed at preventing Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, while simultaneously providing Iran with relief from nuclear-related sanctions. The deal, which has been the result of nearly 20 months of negotiations, comes in at a sleek 159 pages, and many top experts, including those in […]

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Iran Talks Deadline Passes, but Negotiations Continue
Posted on Thursday July 02, 2015

It’s the first day of July, which means that the original deadline for a final agreement between the P5+1 and Iran has now come and passed. Yet, negotiators are still working diligently: in a widely-expected move yesterday, negotiators agreed to a seven-day extension of the talks to iron out the final details of the agreement. […]

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