Iran deal not a panacea, but a pragmatic necessity

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Author(s) Alireza Nader
Source USA Today
Date July 15, 2015
Quotes-start.png The Iranian nuclear program will also come under the close scrutiny of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Critics have claimed that Iran should be subjected to "anytime, anywhere" inspections, but it is completely unrealistic to expect any sovereign country undefeated in war to accept such measures. Iran may object to IAEA requests for inspections, but a majority of the P5+1 can overrule its objections. This is a formula that gives a clear advantage to the United States. Quotes-end.png

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