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_creationDate   July 15, 2015 11:46:03 PM
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_creator   Yaron Koren
_fullText   {{Item |author=The Boston Globe editorial board, |source=The Boston Globe |date=June 26, 2015 |url=https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2015/06/26/hold-iranian-nuclear-negotiators-their-word/uP35OcR8lBwQiXNUrXjMiM/story.html# |quote=If Iran is allowed to backtrack on its commitments now, i ...
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Author   The Boston Globe editorial board
Source   The Boston Globe
Date   June 26, 2015
URL   https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2015/06/26/hold-iranian-nuclear-negotiators-their-word/uP35OcR8lBwQiXNUrXjMiM/story.html#
Quote   If Iran is allowed to backtrack on its commitments now, it doesn’t bode well for compliance in the future. A vague, unverifiable deal won’t pass muster with the US Congress. If the nuclear deal needs a presidential veto to survive, then it may be too fragile to outlast this administration. That’s not in Iran’s interests, or the interests of the United States.
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Hold Iran nuclear negotiators to their word by The Boston Globe editorial board (The Boston Globe, June 26, 2015) (view)

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Topic   Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
Position_fragment   Plan is beneficial
Position   Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action / Plan is beneficial
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Plan is beneficial

Stance   mixed