Strange Bedfellows on the Iran Nuclear Review Act

Despite all of the contention surrounding the Iran Nuclear Review Act of 2015 a.k.a. the Corker/Menendez bill, the bill passed in the Senate yesterday 98-1, and assuming a similar version passes in the House, Congress will have the opportunity to block the nuclear deal with Iran from going forward. […]


151 Reps Speak Out for Peace and Diplomacy

Yesterday, in the largest show of congressional support to date for the nuclear deal with Iran, 151 democratic Representatives sent a letter to the President supporting his efforts to reach a diplomatic agreement and encouraging him to “stay on course.” The letter was spearheaded by Reps. Jan Schakowsky […]


Saber Rattling Works, But Which Way?

This is a guest post from Martin Hellman reprinted from Martin’s Defusing the Nuclear Threat blog. Martin is a professor at Stanford University, best known for his invention of public key cryptography. But his blog covers a primary interest of his: how fallible human beings can survive possessing nuclear weapons, where even […]


Iran nuke deal: Good for Israel

This post was originally printed in the Jerusalem Post and was penned by Peace Action’s political director Paul Kawika Martin who is based in the national office in Washington D.C.  Note that the Jerusalem Post is considered to have a center-right readership in Israel and the United States. This piece […]


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