Tag archive for ‘Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty’
News Brief On Friday, August 21st, 2015

77 Nuclear Non-proliferation Experts Come Out in Favor of Iran Deal

  26 former Jewish leaders call on Congress to approve Iran deal Fractured American Jewish community is first victim of Iran nuclear deal U.S. opponents and proponents of Iran deal both gaining momentum Over 70 More...

The Tower On Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

Democratic Sen. Menendez Comes Out Against Iran Nuclear Deal

Sen. Robert Menendez (D – N.J.), a top Democratic member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, announced his opposition to the nuclear deal with Iran today, saying the agreement “failed to More...

Richard N. Haass On Thursday, July 16th, 2015

President of the Council on Foreign Relations Richard N. Haass: Living With the Iran Nuclear Deal

It is probable that after 60 days of intense debate in Washington, DC, and conceivably Tehran, the “Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, ” signed on July 14 by Iran and the UN Security Council’s More...

Jewish Business News On Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

WWS Reacts: Iran and the Path to a Nuclear Agreement

A preliminary agreement to limit Iran’s nuclear program was reached April 2 by Iran and six world powers: the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council, China, France, Russia, U.S. and More...

Jewish Business News On Friday, April 10th, 2015

George Perkovich and Sinan Ülgen: Why Turkey Won’t Go Nuclear

   According to conventional wisdom, if Iran develops nuclear weapons, then Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and perhaps Egypt will try to follow suit. Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu went further More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, April 6th, 2015

Former Australian Foreign Minister, Gareth Evans: Relearning to Love the Bomb

The shocking thing about nuclear weapons is that they seem to have lost their power to shock. While the nuclear deal that was just reached with Iran in Lausanne might suggest otherwise and is very good news, More...

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