The lawyer and New York Times–bestselling author of The Case for Israel discusses the pros and cons of the Iran nuclear agreement.
An Iranian nuclear arsenal could make the world more dangerous. That is why decisions regarding Iran’s nuclear program are among the most important of our time. Here, Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz argues that the negotiations that led to this bad deal were deeply flawed. Evaluating the pros and cons of the Iran nuclear agreement, he asks the fundamental questions about what the deal means, how it will be implemented, and whether we now have the capacity to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
As a lawyer with decades of negotiation experience, and a regular commentator on Middle Eastern politics, Dershowitz explains how we could have gotten a better deal, and offers a unique analysis of the Obama administration’s negotiations with Iran and the implications of a deal for Israel, the Middle East, and the global community. It is a call for both intelligent reflection and determined action to stop Iran from getting the bomb.