Bush-Walker Dispute Catches Fire Over Iran Nuclear Deal
A smoldering policy dispute over the Iran deal between two frontrunners for the Republican nomination caught fire over the weekend, as the campaigns of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and former Florida governor Jeb Bush traded accusations of bad faith and the candidates themselves engaged in a pointed back-and-forth about how a newly elected president should handle the deal.
Kerry, Iran’s Zarif Recommended for Nobel Peace Prize
Critics accuse US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif of having sealed a nuclear deal on Tuesday that will lead to a regional nuclear arms race in the Middle East – but the two may be on their way to winning a Nobel Peace Prize.
Obama’s Nuclear Deal with Iran: Worse than We Could Have Imagined
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Liberal Party of Canada statement on the nuclear deal with Iran
MONTREAL – Liberal Foreign Affairs Critic, Marc Garneau, issued the following statement on the announcement of a deal limiting Iranian nuclear activity: “The Liberal Party of Canada welcomes this significant agreement with Iran limiting Iranian nuclear activity. We commend the P5 + 1 nations for this achievement. We believe in the importance of a diplomatic solution while ensuring Iran cannot build a nuclear weapon.
Canada won’t lift Iran sanctions, will judge ‘actions,’ not words
Canada’s Foreign Minister Rob Nicholson came out strongly in favor of Israel over the new Iran nuclear deal on Wednesday, saying that his country would maintain a policy of economic sanctions against Iran in spite of the accord signed Tuesday by Tehran and world powers.
“We will continue to judge Iran by its actions, not its words,” Nicholson said. “We will examine this deal further before taking any specific Canadian action.”