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The Iran Deal Is Keeping the Middle East From Going Nuclear. Why Does Trump Want to Blow It Up? - Foreign Policy (blog)

Few international agreements are as important to U.S. national security as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran nuclear deal. The JCPOA puts a lid on Iran's nuclear program and subjects it to intrusive inspections ...and more »

Iran adhering to nuclear deal with world powers, UN watchdog says - Washington Post

ISTANBUL — The U.N. watchdog tasked with monitoring Iran's nuclear activities certified Thursday that the country remains in compliance with a 2015 accord struck with world powers, even as the Trump administration has threatened to withdraw from the ...and more »

Contradicting Trump, UN Monitor Says Iran Complies With Nuclear Deal - New York Times

The world's nuclear inspectors complicated President Trump's effort to find Iran in violation of the two-year-old nuclear accord with the United States and five other world powers, declaring on Thursday that the latest inspections found no evidence ...and more »

The rise and rise of Iran: How Tehran has become pivotal to the future of the Middle East - The Conversation AU

Iran and the US are once again on a dangerous collision course. President Trump's search for excuses to decertify the July 2015 nuclear deal, negotiated by the Obama administration, is exacerbating new tensions in their frayed relations. The US, in a ...and more »

Iran says military sites are off-limits for nuclear inspections despite US pressure - Los Angeles Times

As the Trump administration calls for stricter monitoring of the Iranian nuclear agreement, officials in Iran insist they are complying with its terms and will not allow international inspectors into military sites. Iran, which agreed in 2015 to grant ...and more »

US pressure or not, UN nuclear watchdog sees no need to check Iran military sites - Reuters Canada

VIENNA (Reuters) - The United States is pushing U.N. nuclear inspectors to check military sites in Iran to verify it is not breaching its nuclear deal with world powers. But for this to happen, inspectors must believe such checks are necessary and so ...and more »

What Would US Withdrawal From the Iran Nuclear Deal Look Like? - Foreign Policy (blog)

Judging the Trump administration to be incapable of formulating a diplomatic campaign in support of one of its highest foreign policy priorities, John Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, published an Iran deal exit strategy in the ...and more »

Iran is adhering to nuclear deal limits, UN says, despite Donald Trump claim - The Guardian

IAEA says Iran's stockpiles of uranium and heavy water are below agreed limits as Trump threatens to withhold certification of Tehran's compliance. Julian Borger in Washington. Fri 1 Sep 2017 04.53 EDT First published on Thu 31 Aug 2017 18.27 EDT.and more »

The Iran Deal's Inspection Test - Commentary Magazine

What's more important to European leaders and American proponents of the Iran deal? Preserving the accord or preventing an Iranian nuclear fait accompli? As recertification looms in October, debate the United States has revolved around whether ...and more »

UN gives Iran all-clear on 2015 nuclear deal - Deutsche Welle

The UN's nuclear watchdog has said Iran remains within the limits on its nuclear activities set by a 2015 deal with six world powers. How this might affect deteriorating relations between Tehran-Washington is unclear. The confidential report sent to ...and more »