Haley Debuts Trump's Case for Ending Iran Nuke Deal

UN to Iran: Military sites must be monitored

"I think Haley's speech really didn't offer us any alternative ways forward". "I'm just saying if he (president) should decertify, he has the grounds".

Haley said if Trump chooses to declare Iran in violation, it would not automatically trigger a USA withdrawal from the accord.

He was reportedly reluctant to do so but yielded to the need for the administration to complete its comprehensive interagency policy review. Three months later, it did so again, but also said the regime in Tehran was not embracing the "spirit" of the agreement.

If pressure is the key, Landau said that the European Union is sending the exact wrong message, with its foreign policy chief, Federica "Mogherini, recently flattering [Iranian President Hassan] Rouhani and showing more interest in economic deals, rather than moving to isolation and more sanctions". -Iranian relationship. Though she never stated it so bluntly, Haley's remarks amount to an argument that these broader issues are worth jettisoning even a successful nonproliferation agreement that is preventing an Iranian nuclear weapon.

But Senate foreign relations chairman Bob Corker of Tennessee said that Haley was merely describing mechanisms of the certification law that Congress passed.

Haley argued that judging Iran's nuclear intentions purely on the basis of its compliance with the "flawed" JCPOA was "dangerous and short-sighted".

The agreement is vital to the national security interests of the United States. She will also lay out a case for why President Trump would be justified to decline to certify Iran's compliance, as he is periodically required to do by law.

The top United Nations official monitoring Iran's nuclear program on Thursday rejected Tehran's claim that its military sites were off-limits to inspection, saying his agency needs access to all "relevant locations" if suspicions arise of possible hidden atomic activities.

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Critically, included in this supposed "non-nuclear" activity is the IRGC's ongoing development of ballistic missile technology.

Trump, who had made no secret of opposing Iran in his election campaign, has threatened to "tear up" the agreement, calling it "the worst deal ever negotiated".

Security Council resolution 2231 called upon Iran not to carry out launches of missiles "designed to be capable of delivering a nuclear warhead".

"It's a factual determination that the administration has to make as to whether Iran is in compliance with the agreement or not", Cardin said.

Iran on Tuesday dismissed US demands for the inspection of Iranian military sites by the UN nuclear watchdog, shrugging off a request by America's ambassador to the UN as only a "dream".

The next deadline is October, and U.S. President Donald Trump has said he thinks by then the United States will find Iran out of compliance. She's leaving open the possibility that sanctions relief could remain. Congress could also debate Iran's support for terrorism, its past nuclear activity and its human rights violations, she added.

"Congress could debate whether the nuclear deal is in fact too big to fail", she said. "At issue is our national security".

Bolton advises that, through a national and worldwide educational and diplomatic campaign, the US must take the lead in explaining why this deal is a threat to the USA and all its allies. "It's very easy to just talk about compliance and the JCPOA", she added.

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