Speaking on MSNBC, Carnegie’s James M. Acton discussed the reopening of the British embassy in Tehran and some of the concerns about the nuclear deal with Iran. He pointed out that the IAEA has confidential agreements with all countries that have signed the Treaty of Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, and Iran is not an exception in this regard. 

Acton also stated that the Associated Press, which originally reported the story on “self inspection” by Iran last week, only got a draft of the agreement, not the final version. Acton concluded that no one knows what the final agreement contains. 

This interview was originally broadcast on MSNBC