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With Douglas Feith

DOUGLAS J. FEITH, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy (2001-2005), Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for National Security Strategies at the Hudson Institute:

  • Problems with the structure of the Iran nuclear deal
  • Coercive diplomacy as an alternative to war


  • Differences between Libya and Iran’s nuclear negotiations
  • How negotiation tradecraft resulted in the current Iranian nuclear deal


  • Implications of the U.S. helping advance Iran’s nuclear program
  • U.S. concessions on Iranian conventional arms and ballistic missile embargo
  • America’s commitment to protect Iran’s dangerous illegal activities


  • Iran destroying the non-proliferation status quo
  • Administration removing sanctions on Iran by subverting Congress and pleading to the UN Security Council
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