As the Iran nuclear negotiations approach the endgame, Iran has backpedaled away from previous concessions and dug in its heels on critical aspects of the proposed agreement, including inspection arrangements, the pace and scope of sanctions relief and accounting for past nuclear activities. The trajectory of the negotiations, which are likely to drag on past the June 30th deadline, have alarmed U.S. allies, members of Congress on both sides of the aisle, and even former members of the Obama Administration engaged in the issue. Join us as a panel of experts addresses the strategic, arms control and regional implications of the proposed agreement.
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Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Ambassador Robert Joseph
Former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security
Senior Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs, The Heritage Foundation
Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs