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A year into his presidency, Joe Biden continues Donald Trump's reckless policy approach to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly known as the JCPOA or Iran Nuclear Deal. A violation of international norms and his own campaign promises, Biden's hesitancy to rejoin the deal as already-negotiated alienates the U.S. from allies, and maintains deadly sanctions that harm the most vulnerable Iranians and weaken civil society. Learn how you can have an impact and put us back on the path to peace with Iran.
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Dr. Assal Rad is a senior research fellow with the National Iranian American Council (NIAC). She works with the policy team on research and writing related to Iran policy issues and U.S.-Iran relations.
Negar Mortazavi is an Iranian-American journalist and political analyst based in Washington. A frequent media analyst, columnist for The Independent, and host of the Iran Podcast, Negar has been covering Iranian affairs and US-Iran relations for over a decade.
Ed Markey represents Massachusetts in the United States Senate and is the author of the Iran Diplomacy Act. A leading voice for cutting the bloated Pentagon budget and nuclear disarmament, Senator Markey also introduced the pioneering Green New Deal. We will share a video of Senator Markey addressing the issue of diplomatic relations with Iran.
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