Negotiations with Iran
VIDEO: 5 Requirements for a Good Deal with Iran
Since Nov. 2013, the United States and its international partners have negotiated with Iran to reach a deal that blocks Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. If an agreement with Iran is reached, Congress must insist on five minimum criteria.
VIDEO: Iran's Parallel Pathways to a Nuclear Weapon
In order to block Iran's pathways to a nuclear weapon, the regime must be forced to dismantle its nuclear infrastructure such that it has no uranium or plutonium pathway to a bomb.
VIDEO: Iran Since the Framework
On April 2, the P5+1 announced a framework for a nuclear agreement with Iran. Here's a look at what's happened since.
VIDEO: Who Are Iran's Leaders?
Iran's radical regime violates human rights, supports global terrorism, and commits itself to America's destruction.
FACT SHEET: 5 Requirements for a Good Deal
As negotiators close in on a nuclear agreement with Iran, Congress must press American diplomats to insist on a good deal that eliminates every Iranian pathway to a nuclear weapon.
MEMO: Backtracking on the Iran Talks?
On June 16, Secretary of State John Kerry asserted for the first time that the U.S. was "not fixated" on Iran accounting for its past nuclear weaponization efforts.
MEMO: Reports of Concessions in Iran Talks Raise Concerns
Recent media reports may signal troubling U.S. concessions in the ongoing secret nuclear talks with Iran.
Negotiations with Iran: Iranian Statements
As the P5+1 and Iran work towards a comprehensive nuclear agreement, major public gaps remain between the parties. On the five key requirements for a good agreement, elements of Iran's leadership have staked out uncompromising positions that - if they truly represent Iran's positions will make a good deal unattainable. Congress must continue to press American negotiators to insist that any agreement meets each of these requirements.
Negotiations with Iran: Administration Statements
The Obama Administration has frequently gone on the record outlining its requirements for a good agreement - one that cuts off all pathways to a nuclear weapon - with Iran. Below are the statements from the administration.
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