Congress Should Delay Action on New Sanctions Against Iran

By May 1, 2014

Economic sanctions have proven effective against Iran, but at this point they will only interfere with peaceful negotiations over their nuclear program. Chris Bidwell, Senior Fellow for Nonproliferation and Law writes that Congressional action toward new sanctions against Iran now would make the U.S. appear bellicose and uninterested in a policy change on Iran’s nuclear program.

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Categories: Iran, Sanctions