Dennis Ross writes in The Atlantic: “There’s a Deal to Be Had Between the U.S. and Iran”

Dennis Ross writes in The Atlantic: “There’s a Deal to Be Had Between the U.S. and Iran”

“Iran is now incrementally walking away from the limits imposed on it in the nuclear deal—the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA—exceeding the 300 kilograms of low enriched uranium it can have on hand and now enriching above the 3.67 percent allowed under the terms of the understanding. Don’t be surprised if it either starts to install its advanced centrifuges or begins to operate more than the 5,061 older centrifuges it is permitted for enrichment. Iran is not racing to produce weapons-grade material, but make no mistake, it is shrinking the time it will need to have a breakout capability…”

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