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Showing 2 posts from November 2015.
The Iran nuclear deal—the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—met a lot of resistance from hardliners in Teheran. They complained that Iran was being forced to adopt stricter non-proliferation policies than any other country. In many ways they are right.... Read More
The passage of a bipartisan budget deal avoiding a government shutdown and the selection of policy-minded Rep. Paul Ryan (R Wis.) as the new Speaker of the House signal at least a brief truce in the bitter partisan fights over the budget and spending that have roiled Capitol Hill.... Read More