July 13, 2014
South Asia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Barbara Slavin writes for Al-Monitor on the endorsement by the British House of Commons' Foreign Affairs Committee of a deal that would allow Iran to continue limited uranium enrichment:

While President Barack Obama struggles to build congressional support for a potential nuclear agreement with Iran, the British House of Commons' Foreign Affairs Committee has endorsed a deal that would allow Iran to continue limited uranium enrichment.

In a lengthy report made available to Al-Monitor in advance and published early July 14, British time, the 11-member committee — composed of representatives from Britain’s three main political parties — also states that negotiations “are the most promising forum for reaching a settlement which assuages fears about the scope and intention of the Iranian nuclear program.”

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