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Iran: How are secret deals with Tehran justified?

In its aftermath, the nuclear deal hammered out between P5+1 and the Iranian regime continues to occupy the headlines. Iranian regime Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry are busy trying to sell the deal at home and earn the consent of its domestic and foreign critics. Meanwhile, the secret deals that have been struck between the relevant parties continue to elude public opinion
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deal’s upside-down logic

Obama administrations nuclear peace plan will a provoke Middle Eastern arms race
The following is an article written Anne R. Pierce published in USA Today on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015. Anne R. Pierce is author of “Woodrow Wilson & Harry Truman: Mission and Power in American Foreign Policy”.
When do peace plans make war more likely? When does respect for adversaries increase their disrespect for us? When does “non-proliferation” lead to a build-up of arms? When does compromise become capitulation? When does diplomacy for the sake of peace enable aggressors, human rights violators and sponsors of terror instead of rein them in?
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It's wrong to let Iran regime “self-inspect” - dissident

Alireza Jafarzadeh
Newly revealed side deals that allow the regime in Iran to inspect one of its own nuclear sites is tantamount to letting a murderer investigate his own crime scene, said Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the U.S. Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).
In recent days, the Associated Press reported that unrevealed side deals between the Iranian regime and the International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA, allow Tehran to conduct its own inspections on a critical facility thought to be involved in the creation of nuclear weapons

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ranian regime’s “moderates” and the nuke deal

Hassan Rouhani is nothing but another Khomeini protege
 The following is an article written by Majid Sadeghpour, a political director of the Organization of Iranian-American Communities (OIAC-US), and published in The Hill on Monday, August 24th:
“I think we all share a simple, basic premise, which is that the United States must not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. A nuclear-armed Iran would threaten our national security,” so said Sen. Christopher Coons (D-Del.), adding that he would support the nuclear deal struck between the P5+1 and Iran, “only if I’m convinced it sufficiently freezes every Iranian pathway to a nuclear weapon.” He could not have said it any better
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Biggest problem with Iran deal may be one we haven’t even talked about

P5+1 negotiations with Iran
The following is an article written by Jonathan Greenberg in The Hill on Tuesday, August 26th, 2015. Greenberg is an ordained Reform rabbi and the senior vice president of the Salomon Center for American Jewish Thought.:
Since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was released four weeks ago, one of the provisions that has gotten the least attention has been the so-called “grandfather clause.” The accusation has been made, with which I and many others agree, that the text of the deal obviates any implementation of “snap-back” of sanctions by exempting existing contracts from re-imposition of penalties. So once the initial flood of business washes ashore in Iran – once those initial contracts are signed – “snap-back,” even if you could get others to agree to it, wouldn’t do any significant damage
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Iran nuclear deal could become a perennial cliffhanger

he following is an article written by Paul Richter in The Los Angeles Times on Monday, August 24th:
The expected showdown in Congress next month over the administration’s nuclear deal with Iran is only the first in a series of challenges that could leave the fate of the historic agreement uncertain for years and blemish President Obama’s most ambitious foreign policy effort
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