By Seyed Hossein Mousavian
Donald Trump’s Middle East policies began with two major decisions, one to ban entire Muslim populations and another to impose sanctions on Iran. Both threaten to undo the Iran nuclear deal. His new sanctions over a recent Iranian missile test targeting Iranian and non-Iranian individuals and entities, including some from Lebanon, the UAE, and China. The international impact of these sanctions is clearly meant to instill more fear into global firms from doing business with Iran.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will reaffirm her support for the Iran nuclear deal when she meets U.S. President Donald Trump later this week, her spokeswoman told reporters on Monday.
TEHRAN – A senior Iranian parliamentarian has said the international nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers has the endorsement of the UN Security Council, pointing out that it cannot be unilaterally cancelled.
TEHRAN – Tehran and Washington are to hold a meeting on issues concerning the implementation of the nuclear deal, a day before deputy foreign ministers of 5+1 countries and Iran gather to meet to assess a complaint by Iran that the new U.S. Congress move goes against the nuclear deal, ISNA reported on Sunday.
TEHRAN – Iran has come up with decisions on how to react to an anti-Iran act by the U.S. Senate which it says infringes an international nuclear deal finalized last year with six world powers.
U.S. President Barack Obama, keen to preserve his legacy on domestic health care and the Iran nuclear deal, is not expected to make major moves on Israeli-Palestinian peace before leaving office, U.S. officials said on Thursday.
Seventy-six national security experts urged President-elect Donald J. Trump on Monday to reverse his hostility to the nuclear agreement signed with Iran last year and to use it as a tool to ease other tensions with the country.