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Saudi ArabiaTuesday, January 27, 2015

John Bradshaw on Morning Briefing Discusses U.S.-Saudi Relations

January 27, 2015 | POTUS, The Morning Briefing   In his interview on “The Morning Briefing with Tim Farley,” John Bradshaw, Executive Director of NSN discussed President Obama’s recent trip to Saudi Arabia following the passing of the late Saudi King. John Bradshaw highlights that the new Saudi leadership marks an opportunity to redefine U.S.-Saudi relations and discusses its implications for security, human rights and the ongoing tensions regarding U.S. sanctions against Iran.     To see the original posting, click here. Read More ›

IranP5+1 TalksTuesday, January 27, 2015

LobeLog’s Derek Davison Quotes Iran Experts Following NSN Press Call

Analysts on Iran: Time to Move Beyond Sanctions January 27, 2015 | LobeLog Foreign Policy Arguing that sanctions have served their purpose, and that the promise of sanctions relief is key to securing Iran’s agreement to a comprehensive nuclear deal, three top foreign policy analysts were critical on Monday of congressional efforts to levy new sanctions against Tehran. In a conference call with reporters, Ilan Goldenberg of the Center for a New American Security said that while “sanctions proved that [the United States] could hurt Iran economically,” what Iran needs now is proof that the US will be able to lift sanctions under the terms of an agreement, “that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.” This runs contrary to… Read More ›

IranP5+1 TalksTuesday, January 27, 2015

New York Times David Sanger Quotes Ed Levin from NSN Press Call

In Reprieve to Obama, Senate Democrats Agree to Wait on Iran Sanctions January 27, 2015 | New York Times WASHINGTON — When the House of Representatives opens hearings on Tuesday about imposing new sanctions against Iran — a step that President Obama said would undermine nuclear talks with Tehran — the Republicans seeking to hem in negotiators will have some unintended allies 6,000 miles away. Conservatives in the Iranian Parliament say they are working on a resolution of their own to counter the economic pressure aimed at forcing Tehran’s hand and prevent Iran’s negotiating team from agreeing to production limits on nuclear fuel. Like many in Congress, they would be happy to see the current negotiations collapse… “Congress is trying to force the administration to adopt a harder line in the… Read More ›

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