Iranian Nuclear Deal

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Iranian Nuclear Deal is one of the many divisive issues of American politics.


Iran has been beligerant and diplomatically isolated for some time. Notably, its leaders have threatened to eliminate Israel on several occasions, and the country has begun its own nuclear weapons program. Western leaders have installed economic sanctions to convince Iran to stop these programs, though to date these sanctions have been ineffective. However, in the Summer of 2015 a deal was reached where these sanctions would be lifted in exchange for a halt to nuclear weapons development. Supporters of this deal feel that they will stop weapons development, and provide an important first step to reducing tensions in the region. Opponents do not trust Iran to obey the conditions of the deal, and don't want to economically reward them.

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