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Dec 20 2022
Biden in newly surfaced video: Iran nuclear deal is "dead"
President Biden said on the sidelines of a Nov. 4 election rally that the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran is “dead,” but stressed the U.S. won’t formally announce it, according to a new video that surfaced on social media late Monday.
Why it matters: It's the strongest confirmation so far that the Biden administration believes there's no path forward for the Iran deal, which leaves keyAxios
Aug 11 2022
Iran nuclear talks progress, but is it enough to save the deal?
Announcing the first Iran nuclear deal in 2015, President Obama said it was built on verification, not trust. As governments examine the latest document agreed to by negotiators, the main obstacle to a renewed deal remains distrust.
American and Iranian nuclear negotiators are returning to their capitals with the final text of a document to restore the embattled 2015 Iran nuclear deal,Christian Science Monitor
Nov 23 2013
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Apr 07 2015
The divisive danger of the Iran nuclear deal
It was the best of deals, it was the worst of deals.
With apologies to Charles Dickens, there's a fair chance that's how future historians will label the fledgling nuclear agreement with Iran. Under the circumstances, the deal is not so bad. But those circumstances!
It's easy to go easy on the so-called framework agreement. It's designed to produce a formal treaty this summer,The Week - News
Feb 19 2021
U.S. Ready To Talk With Iran On Nuclear Deal
The United States said on Thursday it was ready to restart diplomacy with Tehran around a nuclear deal sealed between Iran and world powers, but which the Trump administration had abandoned in 2018.
"The United States would accept an invitation from the European Union High Representative to attend a meeting of the P5+1 and Iran to discuss a diplomatic way forward on Iran's nuclearNPR (Online News)
Nov 25 2013
The Iran nuclear deal's test of motives
The temporary agreement on Irans nuclear program is merely an initial test of good intentions on both sides. For Iran it will ultimately be a test of whether it wants to be a player for peace.Christian Science Monitor
Jul 16 2015
Story of the Week: Iran Nuclear DealThe U.S. and some of its friends shook hands on a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran this week. In exchange for limiting nuclear stockpiles, the agreement lifts sanctions that some say have crippled Iran's economy. Will this deal promote peace and keep Iran from building nuclear weapons? Or did it go too easy on an aggressive government, dangerously placing too much trust in the wrong John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Nov 03 2021
Iran nuclear deal: Talks to resume within weeks
Talks aimed at reviving the landmark 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six other nations are to resume this month.
Iran's chief negotiator Ali Baqeri Kani said that his government had agreed to meet in Vienna on 29 November.
The discussions have been on hold since the election of Iran's new hard-line president in June.
The US pulled out of the deal under President DonaldBBC News
Sep 13 2022
Blinken: It is ‘Unlikely’ Iran and US Will Restore Nuclear Deal Anytime Soon
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday it is “unlikely” the US and Iran will reach an agreement to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal in the immediate future, indicating that the ongoing standoff over Iran’s nuclear program is far from being resolved.
“Iran seems either unwilling or unable to do what’s necessary to reach an agreement and they continue to try to introduceCBN
Jan 05 2020
Iran rolls back nuclear deal commitments
Iran has declared it will no longer abide by any of the restrictions imposed by the 2015 nuclear deal.
In a statement it said it would no longer observe limitations on its capacity for enrichment, the level of enrichment, the stock of enriched material, or research and development.
The statement came after a meeting of the Iranian cabinet in Tehran.BBC News