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Nuclear Deals And U.N. SanctionsIn a surprise announcement in Tehran on May 17, the leaders of Iran, Brazil and Turkey revealed that the Iranian government had "agreed to send the bulk of its nuclear material to Turkey as part of an exchange meant to ease international concerns about the Islamic Republic's aims and provide fuel for an ailing medical reactor." According to an Iranian spokesman, the deal, which was brokered during an 18-hour negotiating session on May 16, called for Iran to "dispatch 1,200 kilograms of 3.5% enriched uranium to Turkey to be exchanged for 120 kilograms of 20% enriched uranium." The new deal was based upon a proposal last year from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that was endorsed by the Obama administration and its partner in the so-called "P5+1." (The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council -- the U.S., France, Great Britain, Russia, and China -- plus Germany.) The original proposal called for Iran "to send around 2,640 pounds of its low-enriched uranium to Russia to be further refined and afterward to France to be converted into 20%-enriched fuel plates for the Tehran Research Reactor." From the perspective of the P5+1, the deal "was to serve as a way of drawing Iran's supply of nuclear material below the threshold for building a bomb and to create an atmosphere for a broader deal between the West and Iran." But because Iran has continued enriching in the interim -- and at a higher level -- the Turkey-Brazil brokered deal would have Iran shipping out a smaller percentage of its uranium.

THE ADMINISTRATION'S RESPONSE: The Obama administration's initial response to the swap deal was cautious. Noting that "the words and the deeds of the leadership in Iran have rarely coincided," spokesman Robert Gibbs on Monday said, "[O]bviously, while shipping out the low-enriched uranium would represent some progress, we still have concerns about the overall thrust of the nuclear program." French President Nicolas Sarkozy also recognized the deal as "a positive step." The following day, however, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced an agreement with other major powers, including Russia and China, to impose a fourth set of sanctions on Iran. "This announcement is as convincing an answer to the efforts undertaken in Tehran over the last few days as any we could provide," Clinton told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Iranian leaders responded defiantly to Secretary Clinton's announcement, threatening to scuttle the new deal if new sanctions are imposed. Lawmaker Mohammad Reza Bahonar was quoted by Iran's Mehr news agency as saying, "If (the West) issues a new resolution against Iran, we will not be committed to Tehran's statement and dispatching fuel outside Iran will be canceled." Journalist Barbara Slavin notes, however, that "Iranians are not uniformly enthusiastic" about the Brazil-Turkey deal, writing that "domestic opponents of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on both the left and right fear that he is prepared to sell out Iranian interests to try to shore up his tattered legitimacy."

THE NEW SANCTIONS PACKAGE: The newest element of the U.N. sanctions "would require countries to inspect ships or planes headed into or out of Iran if there were suspicions that banned materials were aboard. ... Another new element bars all countries from permitting Iran to invest in nuclear enrichment plants, uranium mines and other nuclear-related technology." Also included is "a call for countries to 'exercise vigilance' in dealing with Iran's central bank." American and European officials said that this could provide "a legal basis in the future for choking off financial transactions between Iran and banking centers in Europe and elsewhere. Previous sanctions have taken aim at specific banks suspected of financing proscribed nuclear activity, but never anything as pivotal as dealings with the central bank itself." Security Council diplomats "expressed confidence that they had at least 10 votes on the 15-member council." Turkey and Brazil, both current members, "have said they will not engage in talks on the draft, and Lebanon is also expected to sit out the vote." However, while the new sanctions resolution includes limits on global arms transfers, the Washington Times reported that it "will not block the controversial transfer of Russian S-300 missiles to the Iranian military, according to U.S. and Russian officials."

GIVING THE PRESIDENT FLEXIBILITY: Analyzing the May 17 deal and the new UN sanctions, Center for American Progress experts Brian Katulis and Peter Juul write that "the Obama administration has embarked on a strategy that has strengthened America's leverage and marshaled broader international support after years of the Bush administration's passive appeasement, which did little to shape Iran's behaviors on the nuclear front until its last two years in office." Katulis and Juul acknowledge that it "remains unclear what Tehran's decision calculus actually is, which makes the effectiveness of sanctions unclear. The regime may ultimately be willing to pay this price for its nuclear program." Key U.S. lawmakers said Tuesday "that progress on new U.N. Security Council sanctions against Iran would not stop a congressional push for legislation that will impose unilateral U.S. sanctions against Tehran, most crucially targeting its gasoline imports." New York Times columnist Roger Cohen cautioned that "Presidents must lead on major foreign policy initiatives, not be bullied by domestic political considerations, in this case incandescent Iran ire on the Hill in an election year." "Congress should give President Obama maximum flexibility to implement any additional sanctions so as to better coordinate with international allies and partners," write Katulis and Juul. "Only with such flexibility can American diplomacy properly calibrate our actions to bring about the shared legislative and executive goal of a non-nuclear-armed Iran."
 

ENVIRONMENT -- DESPITE THOUSANDS OF SAFETY VIOLATIONS, MASSEY CEO DON BLANKENSHIP CLAIMS THAT HE 'NEVER' PUTS PROFITS ABOVE SAFETY: In his first Capitol Hill appearance since the Upper Big Branch mine explosion last month, Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship told a Senate committee yesterday that "we never have, and never will" put profits above safety in any of his company's mines. "From the day I became a member of Massey's leadership team 20 years ago, I have made safety my number one priority," Blankenship said. But the truth is that Blankenship's Big Branch mine alone was "cited for safety violations 515 times in 2009 and 124 times in 2010 before the blast," citations which Assistant Secretary of Labor Joseph Main said were "not only more numerous than average, but also more serious."  The Big Branch violations are part of Massey's long record of egregious environmental and health violations. In 2000, a Massey subsidiary was responsible for what was at that time the "nation's largest man-made environmental disaster east of the Mississippi."  In 2007, the EPA sued Massey for violating the Clean Water Act "more than 4,500 times from the beginning of 2000 to the end of 2006." And in 2006, Massey's Aracoma Coal Co. pled "guilty to 10 criminal charges, including one felony, and pay $2.5 million in criminal fines" after two workers died in a fire at the Aracoma Alma No. 1 Mine in Melville, West Virginia. Massey failed to notify authorities of the fire until two hours after the disaster, and Blankenship later called the incident "statistically insignificant." Though the company has been charged with tens of thousands of violations (10,653 in 2009), Massey continues to escape full responsibility by constantly appealing the penalties, and by leveraging connections with former employees of Blankenship who had been placed at the highest levels of the federal mine safety system. Blankenship's attitude toward worker safety is best embodied in a memo he sent to mine superintendents just two months before the Aracoma fire. "If any of you have been asked by your group presidents, your supervisors, engineers or anyone else to do anything other than run coal (i.e. build overcasts, do construction jobs, or whatever)," he wrote, "you need to ignore them and run coal. This memo is necessary only because we seem not to understand that the coal pays the bills."
 



With Louisiana officials voicing "desperation" as oil is "showing up on shore as tar balls, sheens and gooey slicks," the EPA has told BP to "immediately select a less toxic dispersant than the one it is now using to break up crude oil gushing from a ruined well in the Gulf of Mexico." Officials also ordered BP to "release and post all data related to the month-old spill and monitoring efforts on a public Web site."
"After days of badgering from lawmakers seeking greater access to video footage of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP Thursday made a live camera available for the public to view the disaster site." "I think now we are beginning to understand that we cannot trust BP," said Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA). "I'm not sure that we have had the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth," said Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL).
By a vote of 59-39, the Senate passed its financial regulatory reform bill yesterday. Four Republicans -- Sens. Scott Brown (MA), Chuck Grassley (IA), Susan Collins (ME), and Olympia Snowe (ME) -- voted for its passage. Two Democrats, Sens. Russ Feingold (WI) and Maria Cantwell (WA), voted against, saying the bill wasn't tough enough on Wall Street.
A new analysis by the Center for Public Integrity finds that "850 businesses, trade groups and other corporate interests have hired more than 3,000 lobbyists" to shape Congress's financial regulatory reform bill. These companies and groups spent $1.3 billion through 2009 and the first quarter of 2010 to influence Congress.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a tough warning to North Korea yesterday, "saying the Obama administration would work with regional powers in the coming days to punish Pyongyang" for sinking a South Korean naval vessel. "This can not be business as usual. There must be an international response," Clinton said.
Sen. Jim Bunning (R-KY) said yesterday that Kentucky GOP U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul's positions should be the positions of the Republican Party. "I think a lot of us in the Republican Party would like to see Rand Paul and his voting and how he will vote in the U.S. Senate [become] the position of the Republican Party," Bunning told reporters. Bunning, however, didn't endorse Paul's controversial view of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates "expressed confidence" yesterday that President Obama would veto "the defense authorization bill over a backup engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter." Gates has "repeatedly" expressed his opposition to the engine as too costly, but on Wednesday, a House committee approved another $485 million for development of the engine that "the Pentagon and White House do not want."
Dennis Blair announced yesterday that he will be resigning as Director of National Intelligence after a "tumultuous tenure…marked by frequent clashes with White House officials and other spy chiefs." A senior administration official said the likely candidate to succeed Blair would be retired Air Force lieutenant general James Clapper Jr., who is currently the Pentagon's top intelligence official.
And finally: A little rodent makes an unexpected guest appearance at a White House press conference.
 


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