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As Doubts Surround European Action on Nuclear Deal, Iran May Be Planning an Exit

By INU Staff

INU - In a report on Thursday, CNBC once again reiterated the doubts that are surrounding efforts to reconcile European and American views on the Iran nuclear deal, as the signatories inched closer to the deadline set by US President Donald Trump’s ultimatum to either strengthen the deal or allow its collapse. On May 12, the White House will once again be required to waive the nuclear-related suspended under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, but Trump announced in January that he would not do so unless perceived flaws in the agreement were fixed.

Iran Rejects US Pressure on Nuclear Deal but Gives Europe New Cause for Concern

by Edward Carney

On Monday, the state-affiliated Fars News Agency reported on some of the latest Iranian rhetoric regarding the 2015 nuclear agreement and the efforts by the White House to improve upon perceived weaknesses in the deal. In January, US President Donald renewed the sanctions waivers put into place by the agreement at the beginning of 2016, but he announced that he would not do so again in May unless Congress and the European signatories committed to a plan for addressing Iran’s ballistic missile activities and securing more invasive inspections of the country.

At Davos, Us and Israel Strive to Build Consensus on Future of Iran Nuclear Deal

By INU Staff

INU - On Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel against the backdrop of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Netanyahu used the opportunity to urge German support for efforts to strengthen the restrictions imposed on the Iranian nuclear program by the 2015 agreement known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

Trump’s Ultimatum to Eu Regarding Iran Nuclear Deal

By INU Staff

INU - President Donald Trump has always been outspoken about the nuclear deal. He has given his reasons for being sceptical of the deal and the Iranian regime and has justified his position by pointing out Iran’s actions. Last week, the US President told the other signatories of the deal that it needs to be fixed (in other words, the various holes in the deal need to be addressed), otherwise he would finally scrap it.

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