A Nuclear Deal with Iran: Managing the Consequences

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The announcement of a nuclear deal in July 2015 brought to a close nearly two years of intensive negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 powers (the U.S., UK, France, Russia, China and Germany). It also ushered in a new — and arguably more challenging — phase of American policy in the Middle East.

In response, the American Foreign Policy Council convened a Task Force comprised of scholars drawn from some of the country’s leading think tanks and research institutions, including Georgetown University, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, the American Enterprise Institute, and the Hudson Institute, to examine the adverse consequences of the new deal, and policy options by which policymakers in Congress and the Executive Branch can best mitigate them.

A copy of the Report, entitled A Nuclear Deal With Iran: Managing The Consequences, is available for download by clicking here.

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