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'Confronting the Iranian Challenge': Jane Harman Testifies Before House Foreign Affairs Committee

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Ahead of President Trump’s looming deadline for certification of the Iran nuclear deal, Jane Harman testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the strategy and the stakes. 

Witnesses: 

The Honorable Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr.
Chairman Emeritus and Distinguished Fellow
The Stimson Center
(Former Assistant Secretary for Political Military Affairs, U.S. Department of State)
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The Honorable Stephen Rademaker
Senior of Counsel
Covington and Burling, LLP
(Former Assistant Secretary for Arms Control and Assistant Secretary for International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S. Department of State)
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The Honorable Jane Harman
Director, President, and CEO
Wilson Center
(Former Member of Congress)
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Royce on the hearing: “Last October, the president outlined a path to address the Iran nuclear agreement’s serious flaws. Today, U.S. diplomats are working closely with our European allies on an agreement to increase sanctions on Iran’s ballistic missile program, strengthen nuclear inspections and fix the deal’s sunset problem. This hearing will examine the administration’s diplomatic push – as well as Iran’s very threatening behavior in the region and beyond – ahead of the May 12 certification deadline.”

Confronting the Iranian Challenge: Jane Harman Testifies Before House Foreign Affairs Committee (5/8/18)