With the announcement of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran's nuclear program, everyone has been elbowing to make sure their opinion is heard—even before they have read the 159 page document. Beyond the noise from Republican presidential candidates hoping to score easy points by jabbing at the deal, many experts have applauded the deal. The Iran Project published a statement from 60 key national security leaders and Iran experts who say the deal is "unprecedented in its importance for preventing acquisition of nuclear weapons by Iran." Looking beyond the reflexive dissent and the hyper-focus on Israel, it's important that we all remember this is a great deal for the U.S. and the rest of the world—Iran will not be able to develop a nuclear weapon in the next ten years. The challenge now is incorporating a broader regional security strategy, and following the unanimous United Nations Security Council support, getting the deal through Congress