What would be the consequences if the interim deal became, de facto, permanent? Does the interim deal have gaps that would be fatal to any long-term arrangement? What are the consequences if no deal is reached? And, are such consequences better or worse than those resulting from an extension of the interim deal, or from a deal that fails to meet minimum acceptable standards? These questions, among others, were addressed at a private roundtable discussion hosted by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control on April 25, 2014.