So the just concluded nuclear agreement with Iran isn’t really an agreement after all. As State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki replied, when asked when the interim deal, which is supposed to last for six months, goes into effect: “That’s a good question.” The “next step,” she continued, is a series of “technical discussions at the working level so we can essentially tee up the implementation of the agreement.”
In other words, what the brilliant team of negotiators drew up in Geneva is essentially a “wish list” to Santa Claus. How, when, where — or even whether — Santa delivers on those wishes remains to be determined “through discussions at the working level.”
Meanwhile, Iran has agreed to do absolutely nothing, and the regime can continue building its bombs and their delivery systems to its heart’s content — all the while basking in the glow of its newly won reputation for moderation.