Why a ‘Bad’ Deal with Iran Is Better than No Deal at All

I am old enough to remember when, back in 2006, I argued that the United States should let Iran keep 164 centrifuges in stand-by mode during talks. Do you know what people said? “164 centrifuges? Are you mad? You are giving away the store to the Iranians!” Well, now Iran has more than 15,000 centrifuges (that we know about) in at least two sites.

The people arguing now for a “better” deal at some later date are the same people who in 2006 said 164 centrifuges was way too many and, that if we just held out long enough, we’d haggle the Iranians down to zero. Look what that got us.

 

Read the full article here:

http://foreignpolicy.com/2015/03/11/why-a-bad-deal-with-iran-is-better-than-no-deal-at-all-tom-cotton-letter/

Also check this out:
https://100wordz.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/sanctions-cannot-stop-the-iranian-nuclear-program-only-a-deal-can/

 

 

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