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Who wants to clinch the Iran deal?

Since FEB 2015 NEC-SE has been stating that the Iranian Nuclear deal will be reliant and has more to do with the economic realities in the world than the Nuclear Issue itself.

On 11 AUG 15 I was interviewed on Josh Bernstein show where I talked about the economic realities of the Iranian nuclear deal.

https://neareastcenterforstrategicengagement.wordpress.com/2015/08/12/11-aug-15-interview-of-ltc-sargis-sangari-on-josh-bernstein-show-about-the-iranian-nuclear-deal/?preview=true&preview_id=654&preview_nonce=5d3dbe0a49

The below article states: “As more and more undeclared Democratic senators announce their support for the Iran deal, it looks increasingly likely that the nuclear agreement will survive its congressional trial – even opponents are starting to accept that seeming inevitability.”

“Senators have portrayed their decision on whether to support the Iran deal as a vote of conscience. If the benefits or drawbacks of when they reveal their decision is also a factor, don’t expect them to talk much about that.”

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, second right, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, second left, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, left, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, and Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, right, talk in Vienna, Austria last month when the deal was announced.

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, second right, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, second left, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, left, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, and Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, right, talk in Vienna, Austria last month when the deal was announced.

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