Senior Fellow Elizabeth Rosenberg testified before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. During the hearing, "Understanding the Role of Sanctions Under the Iran Deal," Rosenberg notes that Iran sanctions are a powerful tool in the U.S. security arsenal and have delivered successful nuclear diplomacy and a historic deal.
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