Truman Project Fellow Christian H. Cooper lays out what elements should be in a final deal with Iran regarding it’s nuclear program. In the 1950s, Binyamin Blumberg took over a small group within the Israeli Defense Ministry, renamed the group the Science Liaison Bureau (LAKAM), and proceeded to build the first secret Israeli nuclear facility […]
Truman Project Partner Jason Stanford explains why comparisons between President Obama and former British PM Neville Chamberlain are inaccurate because the President is not appeasing Iran, but is in fact negotiating an important agreement. There was a time that keeping Iran from getting a nuclear bomb would have been considered a worthy goal, even a […]
The World Post: Yellowcake and Eat It Too: Why An Extension of Nuclear Talks with Iran Is Good for America
Truman Project Fellow Nathan Gonzalez wrote about the victory of either a deal or extension, which is the most realistic of the two, of nuclear talks with Iran. He wrote that a diplomatic solution “will not only bring stability and security for us and our allies, but it could prove the beginning of broader efforts […]
Every day, people suffer and die from starvation. Every day, children develop asthma from the contamination of coal-fired power plants. Every day, women are subject to unspeakable violence. It has been nearly seventy years since a nuclear weapon was used to wage warfare on a population. Why, in the face of all these other daily […]
Truman Project Fellow Joseph Costa discusses the major points for the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit in the Hague. Watch the full video.