As Iran Nuclear Talks Resume, Brookings Scholars Offer Diverse Viewpoints

Talks resumed today between Iran and six world powers in an effort to hammer out an interim accord to address international concerns over Iran’s nuclear program. These negotiations in Geneva come two weeks after a marathon session led at the ministerial level ended in frustration, and amidst vocal criticism of the proposed deal by Israeli leaders as well as pressure from the U.S. Congress to ratchet up sanctions on Iran. Throughout this time, Brookings Institution scholars have offered a range of perspectives on the negotiations, the bilateral dynamics between the United States and Israel, as well as other aspects of the deal.

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