Iran Deal Could Stumble on Sensitive Nuclear Monitoring

Reuters

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Beefing up international monitoring of Iran’s nuclear work could become the biggest stumbling block to a final accord between Tehran and major powers, despite a preliminary deal reached last week.

Iran Deal Raises Concerns About Middle East Nuclear Proliferation

Israeli troops wave from the turret of their tank, somewhere in the Sinai Desert during the Yom Kippur War Oct. 12, 1973. / AP

A surprise attack on the country’s borders stuns the high command. Sensing imminent catastrophe, the defense minister instinctively reaches for the Bomb. He does not propose dropping it on the enemy, but staging a “demonstration” that will stop the enemy before the country is overwhelmed. Cooler heads in the system prevail. There will be no demonstration, no threat of the Bomb.

House Democrats Split on Iran Deal

Nancy Pelosi

Multiple Democrats in the House of Representatives are making clear that they plan to fight for Congress’ right to review and approve any agreement with Iran and that they won’t approve a “bad deal.”