Joseph Cirincione

Ploughshares Fund

Guest

President of the Ploughshares Fund, a nonproliferation group based in Washington, DC, and author of Bombscare: The History and Future of Nuclear Weapons and Deadly Arsenals: Tracking Weapons of Mass Destruction; former senior Vice President for National Security and International Policy at the Center for American Progress, a liberal think-tank

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Efforts to stop the  Iran nuclear deal  appear to have failed in the Senate, and leaders of Congress have postponed action on the "Resolution of Disapproval."

The Deal May Be Done, but the Grandstanding Continues

Efforts to stop the Iran nuclear deal appear to have failed in the Senate, and leaders of Congress have postponed action on the "Resolution of Disapproval."

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The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency has released a report expressing " serious concerns " that Iran is still trying to develop technology that’s only useful for nuclear…

Iran's Nuclear Technology: Is There a Threat of War?

The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency has released a report expressing " serious concerns " that Iran is still trying to develop technology that’s only useful for nuclear…

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The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency is reporting " serious concerns " about Iran's ability to build an atomic bomb. There's still no evidence that it wants to.

Iran's Nuclear Technology: Is There a Threat of War?

The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency is reporting " serious concerns " about Iran's ability to build an atomic bomb. There's still no evidence that it wants to.

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