Governance

Teetering in Tehran: Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the United States

Excerpt: “The protests come at an opportune time for the U.S., which must soon decide whether to recertify the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, informally but commonly known as the “Iran nuclear deal.” The NEC-SE has contended since the deal was struck that it is actually an economic deal, and one that is quite advantageous Iran. The POTUS, a successful businessman, does share a similar view and will likely leverage the situation to renegotiate the deal to obtain better terms for the U.S. [3]”

http://westernfreepress.com

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