Middle East Security Program Director Ilan Goldenberg testifies before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on the implications of a nuclear agreement with Iran. Mr. Goldenberg notes that "while the deal is imperfect, it accomplishes key American foreign policy objectives by preventing any real possibility of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons in the next 15 years and making it extraordinarily difficult for them to pursue a nuclear weapon thereafter."
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