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Video: Gemunder Center Panel on the Elusive Final Deal with Iran

In the wake of the recent four-month extension of negotiations for a comprehensive deal on Iran's nuclear program, JINSA's Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy held a panel discussion on July 28, 2014 to assess this outcome and discuss steps going forward for U.S. policy to prevent a nuclear Iran.

Gen. Conway in the Wall Street Journal: The Moral Chasm Between Israel and Hamas

General James Conway, who retired in 2010, was the 34th Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps. He participated in JINSA's Generals and Admirals Trip to Israel in May 2014.

JINSA in the Washington Post on Extension of Iran Talks

JINSA CEO Dr. Michael Makovsky is quoted in the Washington Post on the extension of Iran talks.

Improving the Prospects for an Acceptable Final Deal with Iran

JINSA's Gemunder Center Iran Task Force issues a new report on improving the prospects for an acceptable final deal with Iran. Co-Chairs: Amb. Eric Edelman and Amb. Dennis Ross.

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A viable diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear quest requires an agreement that verifiably limits its nuclear program to prevent it from attaining nuclear weapons capability. Iranian leaders, by all accounts, are loath to make concessions necessary to attain such a deal. Motivating them to accept such conditions should be a primary objective for the Obama Administration, which has pledged both to "use all elements of American power to prevent a nuclear Iran" and that a "bad deal is worse is than no deal." A good deal, however, still appears remote.

In the wake of the recent four-month extension of negotiations for a comprehensive deal on Iran's nuclear program, JINSA's Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy held a panel discussion on July 28, 2014 to assess this outcome and discuss steps going forward for U.S. policy to prevent a nuclear Iran.

Watch the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy Iran Task Force panel, "Prospects for a Final Deal with Iran" on the fast-approaching July deadline for the negotiation of a final nuclear deal.

Stephen Rademaker, Senior Adviser to Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy and Iran Task Force member, testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on June 10 about “Verifying Iran’s Nuclear Compliance,” emphasizing the importance and challenges of certifying that Iran conforms to past, current and a potential follow-on comprehensive settlement on its nuclear program.

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