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Diplomacy Works

For more a decade, FCNL has advocated for improved U.S.-Iran relations. One year after the historic nuclear agreement between our countries, which FCNL played a significant role in securing, we continue to press the U.S. government engage in the diplomacy to engage with Iran as part of the international community and prevent the country from acquiring nuclear weapons.

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Question for Candidates: Support Middle East Diplomacy

This year, because of U.S.-led diplomacy, Iran no longer has enough fuel to build a nuclear bomb. Yet the kind of sustained diplomacy that led to this agreement does not always have political support in this country. Will you support continued U.S. diplomatic engagement with Iran, as well as with Syria, to peacefully resolve longstanding conflicts in the Middle East?

One Year Later, Still A Good (Iran) Deal

On July 14, 2015, world leaders reached a breakthrough nuclear deal with Iran. Already, that deal is making the world safer. Yet Congress is considering new sanctions that could put the deal in danger and set us back down the path to escalation and war.

[Video] The Iran Nuclear Deal: One Year Later

One year after the Iran nuclear deal, FCNL's Middle East lobbyist Kate Gould joined Barbara Slavin of the Atlantic Council on a webinar hosted by Women's Action for New Directions to discuss the challenges and successes of the deal's implementation.

"America made a momentous decision:" Rep. Lloyd Doggett on the Iran Deal

Rep. Lloyd Doggett (TX) spoke on the House floor in July in support of the historic U.S. nuclear deal with Iran.

Celebrating the Iran Deal

The UN nuclear watchdog has already verified that Iran has dramatically shrunk its nuclear program. For the first time in nearly a decade, Iran doesn’t have enough fuel to build a nuclear bomb.

FCNL Statement of Legislative Policy

"We support active non-violent responses to prevent or transform violent conflict at all levels.

The cycles of violence perpetuated by acts of terror and the armed overthrow of governments serve as warning against the use of force, while the examples of nonviolent movements for change provide concrete alternatives.”

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Kate Gould lobbies on preventing war with Iran, Israel-Palestine peace, and other Middle East issues.

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