Gary Sick : A Major Diplomatic and Scholarly Authoritarian Voice for National and International Security and Stability Underlines the Imperative for the Iran Nuclear Agreement1
August 21, 2015 by Alfred
Gary Sick, Professor of Columbia University, National Security Council member during various presidencies, including Carter and Reagan, fully endorses the major achievement of the Iran nuclear deal and describes the danger of the failure of the U.S. to sign on to it.
For the readers who are not aware of Columbia University Professor Gary Sick’s background the following synopsis is provided
Gary G. Sick is an American academic and analyst of Middle East affairs, with special expertise on Iran, who served on the U.S. National Security Council under Presidents Ford, Carter, and for a couple of weeks under Reagan as well.
Gary Sick, who also attended by George Washington University, Columbia University, and the University of Kansas, was born in 1935, published the following books:
Due to the tremendous historical importance of the issue as regards to the implementation of the P5+1 agreement on the Iran Nuclear issue, and due to the undue influence of the extreme-right wing alliance of Republican neocons who misled us into the Iraq war on false claims, and due to the undue influence of the Israeli AIPAC lobby, in their joint attempt to sabotage this vital agreement, this writer dispenses with his own editorial foreword and takes his readers directly to the interview of the scholarly and noble solid supporter of peaceful conflict resolution, namely Gary Sick, who has an immense of accumulated experience in the field of successful diplomacy on behalf of the genuinely democratic aspirations of not only Americans, but of all the concerned citizens of the world.
David Sick most recently wrote the book “The Danger of a Failed Iran Deal”.
This interview of Gary Sick was conducted today, August 20th, 2015, by the prestigious Democracy Now organization hosted by legendary, incisive, brilliant, and independent Amy Goodman. Goodman was assisted by Nermeen Shaikh.