Many Americans like the idea of the preliminary deal that would limit Iran’s nuclear program but very few people really believe Tehran will follow through with the agreement.
The top U.S. military official, Gen. Martin Dempsey, said that Israel and the United States are “more harmonized” in their agreement over military action in Iran, and that Israel believes the U.S. will strike Iran if necessary.
Cruz says Hamid Aboutalebi was part of the student group that took Americans hostage in 1979.
Congress’ Iran hawks may have given up for now on new nuclear sanctions against Tehran.
Iran’s foreign minister says Washington’s “wishes are unlikely to come true” at upcoming talks between the Islamic Republic and world powers over its nuclear program.
Iran has begun to curb its atomic work in exchange for easing of international sanctions.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says negotiations with Iran represent the “best chance” for the world to calm fears about Tehran’s nuclear program and achieve long-term peace.
President Barack Obama called the breakthrough agreement between Iran and six world powers an important “first step” toward resolving a dangerous nuclear situation.
When Iran appeared close to a preliminary deal with world powers over its nuclear program, France stepped up to say: Not so fast — a surprise move that exposed divisions among the United States and other Western negotiators who had long been in lockstep on the issue.
The Obama administration is stepping up pressure on the Senate to hold off on another round of Iran sanctions as Western powers test Tehran’s willingness to scale back its nuclear aims.