Paul Eaton Included In National Journal Poll On Interim Iran Deal

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Paul Eaton Included In National Journal Poll On Interim Iran Deal

Security Insiders: World Powers Struck a ‘Good Deal’ With Iran

By Sara Sorcher

December 3, 2013 | National Journal

But experts are split on whether the interim deal will lead to a lasting agreement.

A strong majority of National Journal‘s National Security Insiders thought the recent agreement between world powers and Iran—to limit its nuclear program in exchange for some sanctions relief—is a “good deal,” despite scathing criticism by Iran hawks and Israel.

The agreement, inked in Geneva, “is better than expected and rolls back key aspects of the Iranian progress toward bomb-grade highly enriched uranium,” one Insider said. It also increases likely international support for tougher sanctions, another Insider added, if Iran does not comply with this accord or refuses to conclude an acceptable, subsequent comprehensive agreement.

 

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