75 experts from the Arms Control Association have come out today with a statement to endorse the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, saying the pact was a “net plus for nuclear nonproliferation” and exceeds historical standards on arms control limitations.
The signatories of the statement include several high-profile opponents of the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, including Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame, along with former IAEA chief Hans Blix and former US Ambassador Morty Halperin.
The statement goes on to echo the comments of other proponents, saying it will make it easy for the international community to detect any clandestine program by Iran, and will “decisively prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.”
Congress is planning to vote on the deal on September 17, and is expected to have a majority against the deal. It is not, however, expected to get the veto-proof majority that would be needed to attempt to block US participation in the pact outright.
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75 nuclear experts testify the Iran nuclear deal is better than historical standards .But I don't know of any historical standards that have thus far prevented anyone with their heart set on becoming nuclear. never making the goal if they have the cash .. Even poverty stricken N Korea made the goal . It has been claimed a large majority of scientist think the world has been getting warmer , So definitely some thing has to be done . Only to find out the average thermometer has been getting colder . So now we need to try to control the climate from changing so much .
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