Ensuring the longevity of the Iran nuclear deal

By John Mecklin | October 20, 2016

In this New York Times op-ed, Bulletin columnist Ariane Tabatabai explains why and how the United States and Iran can and should institutionalize their relations, so political pressures in each country do not derail the agreement that limits Iran's nuclear program to peaceful purposes. The op-ed is an interesting bookend to Tabatabai's most recent column for the Bulletin, which examines the possibilities for scientific cooperation between Iran and the United States.

 


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