Further on the constitutionality of the nonbinding Iran JCPOA (and the conspicuous absence of congressional disagreement about it)

For what it’s worth, and following up on my earlier post with Jack Goldsmith, over at Balkinization I’ve recently published a couple of posts–here and here–concerning why there’s no significant debate in Congress concerning the constitutionality of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action of the E3/EU+3 and Iran, even though it will not be approved by two-thirds of the Senate or by both Houses of Congress. 

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Marty Lederman

Professor at the Georgetown University Law Center. He was Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the Office of Legal Counsel from 2009-2010, and Attorney Advisor at the Office of Legal Counsel from 1994-2002. Member of the editorial board of Just Security. You can follow him on Twitter (@marty_lederman).