Tom Z. Collina

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After 20 months of negotiations, a deal has been announced over Iran’s nuclear program. But is it a good deal? And if so, for whom? CNN asked a range of contributors for their take on what it means, and what to expect next. The views expressed are the writers’ own.

The deal of the century — for Iran

There’s no question the Obama administration got what it wanted out of this deal: a slower, smaller Iranian nuclear program more easily monitored and constrained for at least a decade. No chance now of a pre-emptive Israeli strike, and no need for an American one.…  Seguir leyendo »

CNN Opinion asked a range of contributors to assess the impact of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress. The opinions expressed in these commentaries are theirs.

Obama administration fumbled

The Obama administration effectively has had a six-week public tantrum as it tried to stop Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from addressing a joint meeting of Congress. Now we know why. Netanyahu destroyed the administration’s argument in favor of signing a nuclear deal with Iran.

We’ve continuously heard from the Obama administration that no deal is better than a bad deal. Anyone watching Netanyahu’s speech with even the slightest objectivity was, at the very least, left questioning whether this is that bad deal.…  Seguir leyendo »