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The Sunday Special Examines the Iran Nuclear Deal

United States Department of State

Join us Sunday at 5 for an NPR News special looking at the roots and impact of the historic pact
Few Americans remember that Iran launched its nuclear program in the 1950s with the direct backing of its then ally, the United States. That American support would turn to sanctions and threats of war over Iran's nuclear ambitions.

The bitter rivals opened secret negotiations two years ago and are now party to a high-risk deal. Supporters and critics agree it's a pivotal moment -- but for better or worse?

This Sunday afternoon, we'll take a closer look at the Iran nuclear deal, in an NPR News Special.

Host Steve Inskeep examines how the deal came to be, and how it could play out in the Middle East as it goes through a period of historic upheaval.

Join us for an NPR News Special, The Iran Nuclear Deal, this Sunday afternoon at 5 on the KSUT Sunday Special.