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The defense appeared to use testimony from Russell and a former Defense Intelligence Agency analyst to suggest that there is a national security interest in showing Bergdahl leniency.
In a statement, the CIA said its redactions were meant to protect national security interests – the names of CIA assets and current and former CIA officers, intelligence-gathering methods and sensitive partnerships that remain viable today.
By decertifying it, the president and his advisors are, in fact, signaling their intent to strengthen it, with the help of Congress, so that the deal advances U.S. national security interests.
By law, the president must certify every 90 days that Iran is in compliance with the deal and that the agreement serves national security interests.
But the fourth condition INARA imposes—taking a view of what is or is not in America’s national-security interest—is essentially subjective.
These agencies now have 180 days to prove that withholding information is in the national security interest, officials said.
Iran’s compliance, perhaps citing national-security interests, without formally withdrawing from the JCPOA—leaving Congress to decide what, if any, sanctions to reimpose.
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