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Published on: November 21, 2014
Let's Make a Deal
In Seeking Détente, Don’t Leave Americans Behind

The Obama Administration is racing the clock to reach historic accords with two of America’s long-standing foes, Iran and Cuba. As it tries to strike a deal, it mustn’t forget the plight of five U.S. citizens imprisoned in those two countries.

Mark Donig is a research fellow at the Institute for Policy and Strategy at IDC Herzliya and a JD candidate at UC Berkeley School of Law. Gabriel Kohan is a JD candidate at Harvard Law School focusing on international law and negotiations.
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