David Rivkin and Lee Casey maintain in the WSJ that the Iranian Nuclear Deal “is unconstitutional, violates international law and features commitments that President Obama could not lawfully make,” and that “state and local Iran-related sanctions” might “set off a legal clash over American domestic law and the country’s international obligations” that could “prompt the deal to unravel.”
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Before the ink dried on the Iran deal—called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—seemingly conflicting interpretations of a key provision began to emerge.