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Trump’s Exit from Iran Nuclear Deal

by Jazeh Miller

On Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump delivered a speech announcing that the United States would no longer be a party to the Iran nuclear agreement that was spearheaded by his predecessor Barack Obama and formally implemented in January 2016. The announcement came four days ahead of what would have been the deadline for the president to renew sanctions waivers put into plan by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

Iran deal, to be or not to be?

By INU Staff

INU - The 2015 Iranian nuclear deal, agreed by the P-5+1 countries (the US, the UK, France, Germany, China, and Russia), was designed to given Iran relief from crippling sanctions in exchange for limits of their nuclear programme.

Iran deal and Rouhani’s empty threats

by Poorang Novak

Later this week, Donald Trump is expected to make his final decision on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and rising oil prices (up to $70 per barrel) indicate that investors expect him to pull out of the deal.

The US and the EU Must Work Together to Stop Iran's Adventurism

By INU Staff

INU - President Macron and Chancellor Merkel recently met with US President Trump in an attempt to save the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). All parties are in agreement, though, that Iran must cease the behavior that has engendered international condemnation and sanctions. Threats may not be enough to pressure Iran. Access to international markets, technology, and financial systems must be dependent on Iran behaving responsibly. Its economic success and domestic political stability, must be predicated on its actions.

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