A better-than-expected nuclear deal with Iran

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Author(s) David Ignatius
Source The Washington Post
Date April 2, 2015
URL http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/a-deal-to-make-a-deal/2015/04/02/494cf99e-d980-11e4-8103-fa84725dbf9d_story.html
Quotes-start.png Perhaps the most important part of the framework involves inspection and verification plans. Here, too, the United States seems to have obtained most of what it wanted. The IAEA could permanently monitor all of Iran’s nuclear facilities, using an intrusive measure known as the “additional protocol.” Inspection of Iran’s mines, mills and other elements of its nuclear supply chain would continue for 25 years. It’s a tougher package, in terms of preventing Iranian breakout, than many critics feared. Quotes-end.png

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