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Iran Nuclear Negotiations After the Second Extension: Where Are They Going?

Iran Nuclear Negotiations After the Second Extension: Where Are They Going?

On January 27, 2015, Ambassador Eric Edelman, Distinguished Fellow at CSBA, testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the implications of the Obama Administration’s approach to the Iran nuclear negotiations.

In his testimony, Ambassador Edelman expressed concern over the pattern of concessions and negotiating dynamic and the resulting prospect of negotiations moving far beyond the parameters of an acceptable final agreement. He called on the American policymakers to use all available instruments of coercive diplomacy to restore credibility to the oft-repeated statement that every option remains on the table to prevent a nuclear Iran.

Archived Webcast of the Hearing (Amb. Edelman's testimony starts at minute 52)Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

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