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Iran’s Nuclear Deal Violations May Encourage Broader Support for “Maximum Pressure”

Iran’s Nuclear Deal Violations May Encourage Broader Support for “Maximum Pressure”

By Edward Carney

As of Monday, it has been confirmed that the Islamic Republic of Iran is in violation of the 2015 nuclear deal that placed restrictions on its nuclear enrichment activity in return for relief from international sanctions. Although that relief was largely erased in May of last year after the US withdrew from the agreement in the interest of pursuing more comprehensive terms, White House officials made it clear last week that the withdrawal did not give Iran license to violate the existing terms or to avoid punishment for so doing.

Reactions to Iran’s Breach of Nuclear Agreement

By INU Staff

INU - Earlier this week, the Iranian regime announced that it had exceeded the enriched uranium limits that it is obliged to adhere to as part of the Joint comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or 2015 Iran nuclear deal as it is more commonly referred to. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN nuclear watchdog that is charged with monitoring Iran’s compliance has confirmed that Iran has breached the limit.

Iran’s UN Rep: INSTEX Is Like Car Without Gas

Iran’s UN Rep: INSTEX Is Like Car Without Gas

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran's UN representative has dismissed the EU’s special financial mechanism, designed to subvert US sanctions on Iran, as a car without gas.

On June 25, EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini said that the Instrument for Trade and Exchanges (INSTEX), which uses barter-based trade to evade US sanctions, might be ready and operational soon.

Iranian Attacks, Nuclear Ultimatum May Pave the Way for International Consensus

Iranian Attacks, Nuclear Ultimatum May Pave the Way for International Consensus

By Edward Carney

It was reported on Tuesday that the White House had ordered the deployment of additional military personnel to the Middle East as tensions with the Islamic Republic of Iran continued to develop. At the same time, American officials continued to release information explaining the situation, justifying military deterrence, and arguably making the case for broader international cooperation in addressing Iranian threats.

Iran angry at France over tweets regarding nuclear deal

Iran angry at France over tweets regarding nuclear deal

By INU Staff

INU - Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has said that tweets by Gerard Araud, the French Ambassador to the United States, are "obvious and major violations of the JCPOA and UN resolution 2131" if they reflect the official views of the French government, while the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned French ambassador to Tehran Philippe Thiebaud and gave him a letter explaining their protest.

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