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Deptula & Makovsky in the Wall Street Journal: Sending a Bunker-Busting Message to Iran

JINSA Gemunder Center Senior Advisor Lt. General David Deptula, USAF (ret.) and JINSA CEO Dr. Michael Makovsky write in the Wall Street Journal that it's time to increase the pressure on Tehran by boosting Israel's military capacity to cripple Iran's nuclear program.

JINSA's Marsha Halteman to Receive USSOCOM Medal

It gives us great pleasure to announce that JINSA's Marsha Halteman will be honored by the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) with their Outstanding Civilian Service Medal.

WATCH: Assessment of the Interim Deal with Iran

On January 27, 2014, JINSA's Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy Iran Task Force held a panel discussion of its newly released report on assessing the interim deal with Iran (JPA) in Washington, DC. The panel was moderated by Jackson Diehl, the Deputy Editorial Page Editor for The Washington Post. Watch the full video here.

Makovsky and Kristol in The Weekly Standard: The Obama Complex

In this January 31, 2014 editorial in the Weekly Standard, JINSA CEO Dr. Michael Makovsky and William Kristol explain why President Obama's interim deal with Iran is likely to fail.

Assessment of the Interim Deal with Iran

In the third report of the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy Iran Task Force, we assess the interim deal signed by the P5+1 countries and Iran in Geneva, known as the Joint Plan of Action (JPA), which went into effect January 20, 2014.

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In the third report of the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy Iran Task Force, we assess the interim deal signed by the P5+1 countries and Iran in Geneva, known as the Joint Plan of Action (JPA), which went into effect January 20, 2014.

Momentum is once again building for diplomacy with Iran. The election of Hassan Rouhani as Iran's president and his public embrace of a negotiated agreement has encouraged the Obama Administration and its international partners that a deal is feasible.

This month in Geneva, at the first negotiations over its nuclear program since the election of President Hassan Rouhani, Iran took an unprecedented step: It negotiated.

Three consecutive presidential administrations, of both parties, have declared a nuclear Iran unacceptable. Shortly after his election in 2008, President Barack Obama pledged, like his predecessors, to "use all elements of American power" to thwart Iran's nuclear ambitions.

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