What the U.S. is agreeing to in Vienna is a shorter and weaker agreement that provides even more sanctions relief in exchange for fewer restrictions.
A change in Iranian presidents doesn’t change the badness of the Iran deal.
Republican governors and legislatures have some effective tools at their disposal.
Instead of diluting their principles, congressional Republicans should use every available procedural tool to force tough votes.
It’s time to reinstate sanctions and ramp up the pressure on Tehran.