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Gordon Adams quoted in the Washington Times on the GOP votes on an Iran nuclear deal

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Republicans controlling both houses of Congress will have new license to pressure the Obama administration on foreign and national security policy, but congressional sources and analysts say it remains unlikely the GOP will have the power to play spoiler if the White House decides to accept an Iranian nuclear deal that allows Tehran to continue enriching uranium.


“They may have a veto majority on the Iran sanctions issue,” said Gordon Adams, an international relations professor and longtime U.S. foreign policy analyst at American University. “But it’s the only issue.”

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