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New Report - The Iran Nuclear Deal After One Year: Assessment and Options for the Next President

Iran’s nuclear weapons program and sway in the Middle East will continue to grow, while U.S. deterrence and influence will diminish and the risks of conflict will mount. The United States urgently needs a new approach to restore its credibility, bolster regional stability and ensure Iran cannot advance its nuclear program.

VIDEO: Iran Task Force Report Release on Capitol Hill

JINSA's Gemunder Center Iran Task Force released it's latest report - The Iran Nuclear Deal After One Year: Assessment and Options for the Next President - in an event co-hosted by United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) on July 12 featuring Chairman Ed Royce, Representative Juan Vargas, and a panel with Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, Aaron David Miller, and Ray Takeyh.

What's the Deal with Iran - JINSA President & CEO Dr. Michael Makovsky in The Weekly Standard

JINSA President & CEO Dr. Michael Makovsky writes in The Weekly Standard that at some point we're going to have to confront, whether diplomatically or otherwise, a more robust Iran and ensure that its nuclear program is ended.

2016 Generals and Admirals Program

This May JINSA brought 14 retired senior U.S. Flag Officers to Israel and Jordan for an intensive nine-day program of briefings and exchanges with top political, military and intelligence officials, with special emphasis on national security leaders specializing in cyber. The delegation also met with senior IDF field commanders on the Gaza, Lebanon and Syria borders and visited IDF ground, navy, and air defense bases.

The slider image shows the delegation's briefing by PM Netanyahu.

Save the Date - 2016 Annual Awards Dinner

Join us as JINSA Celebrates 40 Years! JINSA's 34th Annual Awards Dinner will take place on November 29, 2016 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC. We will present the Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson Distinguished Service Award & the 2016 Grateful Nation Award to six young warriors recognized for having distinguished themselves through superior conduct and exceptional service.

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Gemunder Center Iran Task Force Chair Eric Edelman, JINSA President and CEO Michael Makovsky, and Gemunder Center Associate Director Jonathan Ruhe write in USA Today that the year since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran’s nuclear program was announced has been a strategic windfall for Iran and a disaster for the United States. Many of the deal’s shortcomings were glaring from the beginning, yet they have been magnified by serial and gratuitous U.S. concessions to unilateral Iranian demands.


JINSA's Gemunder Center Iran Task Force released it's latest report - The Iran Nuclear Deal After One Year: Assessment and Options for the Next President - in an event co-hosted by United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) on July 12 featuring Chairman Ed Royce, Representative Juan Vargas, and a panel with Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, Aaron David Miller, and Ray Takeyh.

July 14 marks a year since President Barack Obama announced an unsigned agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), perhaps the most important diplomatic event in recent memory. A majority of Congress and Americans opposed it; Obama considers it his crowning foreign policy achievement. Given these starkly different views, and the high stakes for our national security, it is worth asking, after one year, what has the JCPOA accomplished?

On June 21, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) released an open letter signed by high-ranking former government officials and policy experts on the occasion of the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) plenary meeting in Busan, Korea, from June 18-24. As FATF members meet to discuss combatting threats to the international financial system, UANI and its supporters remind the organization of Iran's money laundering, terrorist financing, and the threat that it poses to global markets.

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