Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

July 31, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Iran’s cryptic hard-liners are once again on the minds of US policymakers. Suspicion has most recently fallen on these nameless individuals following last week’s&nbsp;arrest of a number of American journalists in Tehran. The arrests, which came two days after negotiators in Vienna agreed to extend the nuclear talks with the UN Security Council, are being interpreted as a deliberate attempt to undermine President Hassan Rouhani’s overture to the United States. Responding in her congressional testimony on July 29, Undersecretary of State&nbsp;Wendy Sherman warned hawkish senators&nbsp;not to act in a way that might further push the hard-liners in Tehran “to the wall.”</span></span><br>
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Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

July 31, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Iran’s cryptic hard-liners are once again on the minds of US policymakers. Suspicion has most recently fallen on these nameless individuals following last week’s&nbsp;arrest of a number of American journalists in Tehran. The arrests, which came two days after negotiators in Vienna agreed to extend the nuclear talks with the UN Security Council, are being interpreted as a deliberate attempt to undermine President Hassan Rouhani’s overture to the United States. Responding in her congressional testimony on July 29, Undersecretary of State&nbsp;Wendy Sherman warned hawkish senators&nbsp;not to act in a way that might further push the hard-liners in Tehran “to the wall.”</span></span><br>
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&nbsp;</p>

Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

July 31, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Iran’s cryptic hard-liners are once again on the minds of US policymakers. Suspicion has most recently fallen on these nameless individuals following last week’s&nbsp;arrest of a number of American journalists in Tehran. The arrests, which came two days after negotiators in Vienna agreed to extend the nuclear talks with the UN Security Council, are being interpreted as a deliberate attempt to undermine President Hassan Rouhani’s overture to the United States. Responding in her congressional testimony on July 29, Undersecretary of State&nbsp;Wendy Sherman warned hawkish senators&nbsp;not to act in a way that might further push the hard-liners in Tehran “to the wall.”</span></span><br>
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&nbsp;</p>

Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

Iran hawks can’t stop nuclear deal

July 31, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Iran’s cryptic hard-liners are once again on the minds of US policymakers. Suspicion has most recently fallen on these nameless individuals following last week’s&nbsp;arrest of a number of American journalists in Tehran. The arrests, which came two days after negotiators in Vienna agreed to extend the nuclear talks with the UN Security Council, are being interpreted as a deliberate attempt to undermine President Hassan Rouhani’s overture to the United States. Responding in her congressional testimony on July 29, Undersecretary of State&nbsp;Wendy Sherman warned hawkish senators&nbsp;not to act in a way that might further push the hard-liners in Tehran “to the wall.”</span></span><br>
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