Iran deal is a diplomatic success story

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Author(s) Eugene Robinson
Source The Washington Post
Date November 25, 2013
Quotes-start.png In May of next year, Iran will be further away from being able to build a bomb than it is today. And this achievement is being attacked with the word “appeasement” and references to Munich? Give me a break. In return, the United States and other leading nations have agreed to suspend some minor sanctions that mean a paltry $7 billion to the Iranian economy. Even if negotiations for a permanent agreement ultimately fail, this is a bargain price for six months of peace — six months, mind you, during which the Iranian nuclear program goes backward, not forward. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position United States should not have signed agreement on the topic Geneva interim agreement on Iranian nuclear program.