Iran nuclear negotiations

Support the Iran Deal in Boston!

August 15, 2015 // 0 Comments

If you support the #IranDeal and want to show the world that you support peace, join us Saturday in Copley square. We hold signs, take group photos/videos, and send them to be included in a global video with Iranians across the world.  Wear bright colors and bring …

Two weeks ago, I joined a National Iranian American Council delegation to Senator Markey’s office to express our support for the Iran nuclear deal based on our own personal reasons. For me, that was like sipping hot water; on one side I had strong personal …

by Javad Zarif, Foreign Minister of Iran The Guardian, July 31, 2015 We – Iran and its interlocutors in the group of nations known as the P5+1 – have finally achieved the shared objective of turning the Iranian nuclear programme from an unnecessary crisis into …

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with the P5+1countries (the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia, and Germany) on July 14, 2015 marks a new chapter in the history of Iran’s nuclear program. Two decades of distrust around the purposes of Iran’s nuclear program, …

Rally to Welcome the Iran Nuclear Deal

July 18, 2015 // 0 Comments

Join us to celebrate the Iran nuclear deal as a step towards a more peaceful Middle East and towards a Mideast WMD Free Zone. Congress has 60 days to approve or disapprove the deal. We will call on Massachusetts members of Congress to speak out …

After years of sanctions, suspicion, war threats, and negotiations, six world powers and Iran announced a comprehensive deal this morning to resolve disputes over Iran’s nuclear program and roll back sanctions.   Massachusetts Peace Action welcomes the deal, which will reassure those who feared Iran …

“How do you see Iran?” asks Rashin Khosravibavandpouri, an Iranian-born journalist, M.S. student in international relations at Suffolk University, and member of Massachusetts Peace Action’s Middle East Working Group, at a talk on June 23rd. In the media, Iran is portrayed as the bad guy; …

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