Progressives Need to See the Bigger Picture on Iran | John Bradshaw

July 31, 2014

Progressives Need to See the Bigger Picture on Iran By John Bradshaw, Executive Director of the National Security Network July 30, 2014 | Washington Monthly Progressives who gathered in Detroit two weeks ago for the Netroots convention were not very focused on national security issues, but when those issues did come up there was one […]

Seeing Past the Theatrics on the Iran Debate

July 30, 2014

The NSN Daily Update will be on hiatus during the congressional August recess and return in September. Hearings on Capitol Hill yesterday on the Iran nuclear talks produced serious testimony by Administration witnesses but also enabled considerable uninformed showboating by opponents of a diplomatic agreement with Iran. Wendy Sherman, Under Secretary of State for Political […]

Iran Nuclear Talks: Extension Builds on Positive Momentum

July 21, 2014

On Friday night, P5+1 and Iranian diplomats announced a plan to extend the nuclear negotiations past the July 20 deadline for the Joint Plan of Action that has frozen Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for modest sanctions relief. Under the terms of the extension, Iran’s nuclear enrichment program will remain frozen and it will continue […]

Dana Stuster On Arise Review With Julian Phillips

July 20, 2014

Arise Review’s Julian Phillips interviews NSN’s Dana Stuster on Iran’s Nuclear Deal July 20, 2014 | Arise Review   Watch full interview starting at 34:40, click here.

Understanding a Potential Iran Nuclear Deal

July 14, 2014

  Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif are in Vienna this week as Iran and the P5+1 attempt to conclude negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program prior to the July 20 deadline. After a meeting between Kerry and Zarif on Sunday, Zarif noted that the two had “made some important […]

Iran Nuclear Talks: Compromise Possible as July 20 Deadline Approaches

July 7, 2014

  Negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 resumed on July 3 in Vienna, as teams of diplomats enter the final phase of talks to reach a deal regarding Iran’s nuclear program ahead of the expiration of the Joint Plan of Action on July 20. Significant gaps remain between Iran’s demands and those of the United […]

Paul Eaton Quoted in The Bellingham Herald on U.S.-Iran Relations

June 25, 2014

Is the enemy of our enemy our friend? By William Douglas June 25, 2014 | The Bellingham Herald The United States considers Iran a top state sponsor of terrorism, a budding nuclear threat and a meddlesome supporter of President Bashar Assad’s regime in civil war-torn Syria. But those negatives apparently aren’t enough to prevent Washington from considering […]

[UPDATED] NSN Press Call: Iran and Iraq, What Next

Iran, Iraq and Regional Security Threats CALL TIME: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 9:00 AM Eastern Time ABOUT THE CALL: As the violence in Iraq continues to swell and ISIS expands its controlled territory,  the Obama administration plans to send 300 military advisers to Iraq to assist the Iraqi military against the Sunni insurgents. At the […]

Iran Nuclear Negotiations in the Home Stretch

June 23, 2014

The latest round of the P5+1 negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program concluded last Friday. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman said on Friday that “conversations this week have been very tough but constructive,” and stressed that “we are at a very crucial moment in these negotiations.” The negotiations have made significant progress […]

Samuel R. Berger on Bloomberg Discussing Iraq Crisis, Iran, US

June 16, 2014

Bloomberg’s Mark Crumpton interviews NSN’s Samuel R. Berger on Iraq Crisis, Role of US and Iran June 16th, 2014 | Bloomberg

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