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Jamil N. Jaffer

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Adjunct professor of law at George Mason University; former chief counsel to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a key drafter of the Corker/Cardin Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act

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Authorities now agree that Friday's assault on Paris was directed by ISIS in Syria, and it's widely expected that ISIS will strike again.

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Last week, the Obama Administration asked the UN Security Council to vote on the Iran nuclear deal. Today it got the  unanimous vote  it wanted.

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