Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Extremists fear the Iranian nuclear deal might work

May 12, 2016 The Boston Globe

Stephen Kinzer, senior fellow at the Watson Institute, writes an op-ed about the extremists in the United States who threaten to tear up the Iranian nuclear deal. "The nuclear deal with Iran was a major advance for American and global security. It is in our interest to see the deal fully implemented," wrote Kinzer. "If true sanctions relief does not begin soon, the coalition of 'mad mullahs' in Tehran and Washington could succeed in killing or crippling the nuclear deal. That would be bad for everyone who seeks a freer Iran and a more peaceful Middle East."

Extremists fear the Iranian nuclear deal might work (written by Stephen Kinzer) – The Boston Globe