Deep Dish: What Happens After the Iran Deal?

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Deep Dish: What Happens After the Iran Deal?

May 3, 2018

The Iran deal is vulnerable from a few different angles. President Trump may abandon it on principle, Iran's leaders are in a precarious domestic political position and may be willing to renegotiate, and Israel made a bold move to discredit it this week. Deep Dish this week asks what this means for the deal and the players involved.






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