December 1, 2016: Congress passes a ten-year extension of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), which will take effect on December 15. The extension of the ISA is in line with the commitments made by the United States under the JCPOA, although many of the provisions of the ISA are repealed as part of Washington`s commitments under the agreement. In a letter to mike Pompeo, then u.S. Congressman, the U.S. Today, Iran would need 12 months or more because of the Iran deal. And with the unprecedented surveillance and unprecedented access that this deal introduces, if Iran tries to do so, we will know and the sanctions will come into effect again. On August 27, 2015, three prominent Democrats closely followed in the Senate – Tim Kaine of Virginia (member of the Foreign Relations Committee), Barbara Boxer of California (also a member of the Foreign Relations Committee) and Bill Nelson of Florida – announced their support for the agreement  In a speech delivered that day, Kaine said the deal was “any other alternative, including war, is vastly preferable” and “America has honored its best traditions and shown that patient diplomacy can accomplish what isolation and hostility cannot accomplish.”  In a similar speech on the same day, Nelson said, “I am convinced that the deal will prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon at least for the next 10 to 15 years. No other available alternative achieves this vital goal” and “If the United States moves away from this multinational agreement, I believe we would find ourselves alone in the world with little credibility.”  Conversely, another watched senator resigned, Chuck Schumer of New York, who was expected to run for the Democratic Senate, on August 6, said, “There is a strong argument that we are better off without a deal than with a” In 2018, 3,000 IAEA inspectors spent 3,000 calendar days in Iran. Installation of anti-handling seals and collection of photos, measurement data and documents from the surveillance camera for further analysis….