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 (CODEPINKers and allies at one of numerous actions in front of the White House, supporting the nuclear deal with Iran.)

We successfully defended diplomacy! 

In July, the US, Iran and other countries -- Russia, China, the UK, France and Germany-- announced a historic agreement, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, AKA "the Iran Deal",  to restrict Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for the easing of economic sanctions. 

On September 10, 42 Senate Democrats blocked the GOP effort to derail the Iran Deal and potentially lead us into another war of choice. Diplomacy wins!

To show public support for the deal and to pressure Congress to vote for diplomacy, activists from around the country joined CODEPINK in DC to take action:


We at CODEPINK will continue to follow closely the implementation of the Iran Deal.

Here's a follow up for supporters: plan a trip to Iran through programs offered by our allies at Global Exchange and Fellowship of Reconciliation. Citizen diplomacy is more important and relevant than ever.

Resources on the Iran Deal

Past Actions

Media Coverage of Iran Deal

White House says Obama would veto any bill that blocks Iran deal

“If You Can’t Do This Deal ... Go Back to Tehran.” The inside story of the Obama administration's Iran diplomacy

US public supports Iran deal, but lobby groups seek to quash it 

Mainstream TV coverage of Iran Deal news - CBS News

Five Reasons Why an Iran Nuclear Deal Would Be Good for the US


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