Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran earlier this week. With Congress’ objections to the nuclear deal effectively blocked, Iran now must begin putting the deal’s restrictions into effect.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran earlier this week. With Congress’ objections to the nuclear deal effectively blocked, Iran now must begin putting the deal’s restrictions into effect. Ebrahim Noroozi AP
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran earlier this week. With Congress’ objections to the nuclear deal effectively blocked, Iran now must begin putting the deal’s restrictions into effect. Ebrahim Noroozi AP

With Congress sidelined on nuclear deal, next moves belong to Iran

September 11, 2015 04:31 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2015 01:28 PM

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