For Iran nuclear deal, implementation will be key

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Author(s) The Plain Dealer editorial board
Source The Plain Dealer
Date July 15, 2015
Quotes-start.png Israeli experts raise valid concerns about Iran's motives and trustworthiness -- and about the consequences of an economically reinvigorated Iran in terms of its support for terrorists. Those are important issues. But trust is not an element in this agreement -- the elaborate on-site international safeguards and inspections in the agreement are not quite anytime, anywhere, but close. And Iran's ability to project terror would be far more complicated if it is nuclear-armed than if it has chosen a different path and given up nuclear weapons. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Plan is beneficial on the topic Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.