A historic Iran nuclear deal was struck on July 14, 2015, that will limit that country’s ability to create any nuclear weapons. Meanwhile the U.S. and other countries are expected to be lifting the economic sanctions that have restrained Iran’s economy. Many are critical of the deal because it does not require inspections at any time or anywhere.
However, the Iran nuclear deal does grant more powers to the International Atomic Energy Agency, to not only be given information about Iran’s nuclear program, but also allowing the Agency to check into any suspected nuclear facilities in the country. For your next politics or government research paper you can cover any of these areas as your topic. Read more