The Illogic of Opposing Obama’s Nuclear Deal

by Henry Johnson A new report by the Iran Project elaborates on the basic reasons for supporting the comprehensive nuclear deal being negotiated between Iran and the U.S. The report, authored by distinguished former diplomats including Ambassador Thomas Pickering and… Continue Reading  

Iran Project Report Assesses Debate Over New Sanctions

by Jim Lobe The Iran Project has just published the first in a series of “Short Reports” on Iran, its negotiations with the P5+1 (the U.S., Britain, France, China and Russia plus Germany), and U.S. policy, which it plans to… Continue Reading  

Foreign Policy Luminaries Warn Against New Iran Sanctions

by Jasmin Ramsey In a letter today, a bipartisan group of senior foreign policy luminaries urged senators not to pass new sanctions against Iran, warning that additional sanctions would jeopardize ongoing diplomatic efforts and potentially move the U.S. closer to… Continue Reading  

Scowcroft, Brzezinski Urge Iran Accord

by Jim Lobe via IPS News Two pillars of the U.S. foreign policy establishment urged Congress Monday to forgo any new sanctions legislation directed against Iran, warning that it will risk “undermining or even shutting down” ongoing negotiations over Tehran’s… Continue Reading  

Former NatSec Advisers Brzezinski, Scowcroft back Obama’s Iran Diplomacy

*Editor’s Note: This letter was made available by the New York-based Iran Project and was sent to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and other key senators Monday. Majority Whip Dick Durbin 711 Hart Senate Bldg. Washington, DC 20510 Dear Majority… Continue Reading