Trump Must Decertify and Abandon Iran Deal

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A senior fellow at the National Review Institute wrote an op-ed for National Review advising Donald Trump to decertify the Iranian nuclear deal and walk away from the pact altogether.

Andrew C. McCarthy wrote that Iran has not been compliant with the nuclear deal for even a moment and that the US must stand strong to support human rights and oppose terrorism.

Trump's Plan to Decertify Iran's Compliance With Nuclear Deal Backed by National Security Advisors

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NCRI - While Donald Trump has reportedly been keen to decertify Iran’s compliance with the 2015 nuclear agreement ever since he took office (and even before), his advisors have always stepped in to stop him at both of the previous certification deadlines.

However, in the run-up to the October 15 deadline, all that appears to have changed and his national security team are now reportedly advising him to decertify Iran.

What Trump Must Remember When Weighing up Iran Nuclear Deal

NCRI Staff

NCRI - When the Iran nuclear deal was being negotiated more than two years ago, it was hoped that as well as curbing Iran’s nuclear program, it would help the people of Iran and improve its behaviour in the region. However, looking back, very little has improved. The Islamic Republic is still heavily involved in conflicts across the entire Middle East.

Rouhani's Government Putting Faith in EU to Preserve the Nuclear Deal

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NCRI - With the US stance on the nuclear deal becoming more clear, Hassan Rouhani’s government and his band are looking to Europe for preserving the pact.

But since internal contradictions within the regime rule over its every aspect, there’s a conflict of interest, and opinions as a result, between regime’s rival bands in this regard as well.
There’s also a strong disagreement between regime’s two rival bands over Europe’s ultimate stance on the nuclear deal, with Rouhani’s media and guys counting on Europe to stand beside the regime to the end and defend its stance against the United States.

International Inspectors Are Unable to Verify Iran Regime's Compliance With Nuclear Deal

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NCRI - The Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has admitted that his agency is now unable to verify Iran's compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, less than two weeks before the US’s certification deadline.

Defence Expert: Trump Should Decertify Iran Regime's Nuclear Deal Compliance

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NCRI - Donald Trump is reportedly gathering any reason he can to decertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal come October and one defence expert has voiced his support for Trump’s plans.

Peter Brookes, a Heritage Foundation senior fellow and a former deputy assistant secretary of defense, wrote an op-ed for the Boston Herald in which he assessed that the 2015 nuclear deal (formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) was a “ticking time bomb” that “could explode [at] any time”.

World Must Stop Letting Iran Regime Get Away With Nuclear Inspection Obstruction

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NCRI - We need to stop ignoring Iran’s obstruction of nuclear weapons inspections, according to the former vice-president of the European Parliament.

Alejo Vidal-Quadras, a Spanish professor of atomic and nuclear physics, wrote an op-ed for the Washington Examiner in which he explained that Iran has a long history in obstructing investigations into its nuclear programme and this has not changed in the two years since the nuclear deal was signed.

Section of Iran Nuclear Deal Needs Clarity Claims Nuclear Watchdog Chief

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Tensions between the United States and Iran regime are mounting. The deadline of 15th October for President Donald Trump to inform Congress about whether Iran will be certified compliant with the 2015 nuclear agreement is approaching.

The future of the deal is on very shaky ground because if Trump decides to not certify Iran with compliance, Congress will have to decide whether to reapply the crippling sanctions that were in place before the deal was signed.

North Korea Is Taking Tips From Iran Regime About Blackmailing the International Community

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Experts on the Iran nuclear deal have said that the 2015 agreement between Iran and major world powers is responsible, in part, for the current North Korea nuclear crisis.

The Iran nuclear deal, led by former US President Barack Obama, resulted in the Iranian regime getting access to around $150 billion. The majority of international sanctions against the Islamic Republic were lifted and it was granted large contracts so that its manufacturing and technical capabilities could be developed.

Iran news in brief 2018

Regime Change in Iran: Onward to a Free Iran - Auvers-sur-Oise - January 19, 2018

Interview with Senator Robert Torricelli - France - Paris, January 19, 2018

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