Mark N. Katz
Iran, Middle East
The United States and its allies are far better off with the JCPOA than without it—especially since reviving the JCPOA does not prevent the United States and its allies from acting to counter Iran’s regional policies that they find threatening.
The Biden administration would like to rejoin and revive the Iranian nuclear accord, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which the Obama administration and five other governments (the United Kingdom,...
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