Stuart Krusell ’85, director of the Office of International Programs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School, comments on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech Tuesday to a joint session of Congress on the deal the United States and its allies are pursuing with Iran. Krusell writes, “In his speech, Netanyahu stated negotiations are resulting in a bad deal. The truth is, there might not even be an agreement. And if there is, without details of what is involved, it is impossible to know if it is a bad one—unless, of course, one believes any deal is bad.” Krusell concludes that the stakes are high on all sides and that despite the speech, “negotiations will continue and the clock is ticking.”