Baker Institute experts respond to the historic agreement through social media, blogs and other commentaries:
Contrasting perceptions of the real "winner" of the Iran nuclear deal may have disastrous regional implications, writes Middle East fellow Mohammad Ayatollahi Tabaar. Read "The danger of (mis)perceptions after the Iran deal," published Aug. 3, 2015, in The Washington Post.
For all its imperfections, the Iran deal "makes it far more difficult for Iran to acquire nuclear weapons," writes fellow Joe Barnes in The Hill. "This aligns both with our specific concerns about a nuclear Iran and our broader nonproliferation policies in the Middle East and elsewhere." Read "Getting Real about the Iran Deal," published July 21, 2015.
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