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_creationDate   July 20, 2015 3:35:00 PM
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Author   Henry Kissinger George Shultz
Source   The Wall Street Journal
Date   April 7, 2015
URL   http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-iran-deal-and-its-consequences-1428447582
Quote   With the recent addition of Yemen as a battlefield, Tehran occupies positions along all of the Middle East’s strategic waterways and encircles archrival Saudi Arabia, an American ally. Unless political restraint is linked to nuclear restraint, an agreement freeing Iran from sanctions risks empowering Iran’s hegemonic efforts. Some have argued that these concerns are secondary, since the nuclear deal is a way station toward the eventual domestic transformation of Iran. But what gives us the confidence that we will prove more astute at predicting Iran’s domestic course than Vietnam’s, Afghanistan’s, Iraq’s, Syria’s, Egypt’s or Libya’s?
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The Iran Deal and Its Consequences by Henry Kissinger, George Shultz (The Wall Street Journal, April 7, 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   against