Is the Iran Deal a Good One?

A great deal is at stake in whether the emerging agreement between world powers and Iran can prevent the Islamic Republic from obtaining a nuclear weapon. But rarely does such a critical international accord hinge on the details of a field so technical that even top diplomats and scholars need scientific interpreters to get it right. From centrifuges to safeguards, how can we assess the caliber of the Iran deal without all the spin? How do you distinguish a good deal from a bad deal? And what will it take to ensure the deal with stand the test of time?

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Festival: 2015

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