Aug 11, 2017
When the Iranian nuclear deal was signed two years ago in the summer of 2015, President Obama hailed the deal as preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, as a victory for multilateral diplomacy.
The deal is technically still in effect, but it’s under siege by President Trump, who’s eager to find evidence of Iranian non-compliance.
Will the Iran deal survive President Trump? What happens to the U.S., to Iran if the deal implodes?
To help us answer those questions are:
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Recorded August 4, 2017.
Hosted by Luke Vargas.