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The Deal Suffices - Resting the Case for the Iran Nuclear Deal

The pact between world powers and Iran that limits Iran's nuclear capabilities is sufficient to ensuring a more stable global environment. 

In lieu of the Iran Nuclear Deal, I submit that our already and growing insecure world, would become even more volatile. To renege upon the declared international pact would be dooming these times and future years to grave instability.

As it stands, the Iran Nuclear Deal offers the hope of being able to be improved upon within the years of the pact. It encourages and engages Iran economically and politically as an invitation to accepting wider international norms and customs. Five or seven or 10-years down the road into the deal, Iran would be able to recognize and to appreciate its international cooperation to a point where it would be willing to extend and amend the pact toward even greater global stability.

Iran, once benefiting from the cohesiveness of global cooperation, would not want to revert back to any economic difficulties of the past. Thus, Iran would then easily enter a Part II of the nuclear deal. But to reach that point, the present Iran Nuclear Deal must stand.

Moreover, those entities inviting nullification of the Iran Nuclear Deal, should answer the single question as to whether or not the world would be more stable without the pact. I submit not. Therefore, the deal should stand or the insecurity price will be paid for killing it.