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Would 'sunset' of nuclear deal end restrictions on Iran?

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty would restrain Iran's actions in several ways after the terms of a prospective nuclear deal expire.
Workers move a fuels rod at the Fuel Manufacturing plant at the Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facility 440 Km (273 miles) south of Tehran April 9, 2009.   REUTERS/Caren Firouz  (IRAN POLITICS ENERGY) - RTXDTPP

Fans and foes of the nuclear talks with Iran are offering sharply divergent views of what the not-so-distant future will look like. 

To hear the Obama administration tell it, once Iran submits to rigid restrictions on its nuclear program for a decade or more, the country will still end up confined to a legal straitjacket. 

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