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Editorial: The Iranian People’s Position on Sanctions

The Iranian People’s Position on Sanctions

The US has begun imposing new sanctions on the Iranian regime following its decision to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA.

On May 21, describing US policy on Iran, Secretary Pompeo stated: “This sting of sanctions will be painful if the regime does not change its course from the unacceptable and unproductive path it has chosen to one that rejoins the League of Nations. These will indeed end up being the strongest sanctions in history when we are complete.”

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The Speech of U.S. President on Iran’s Nuclear Deal

President. Trump Ended United States Participation in Iran Deal

PRESIDENT TRUMP: My fellow Americans,

Today, I want to update the world on our efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

The Iranian regime is the leading state sponsor of terror. It exports dangerous missiles, fuels conflicts across the Middle East, and supports terrorist proxies and militias such as Hezbollah, Hamas, the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

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Editorial: A Way out of the JCPOA Crisis

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

One of the most important international issues in recent weeks is the pending decision by the US President on whether to remain or withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal known as the JCPOA. During their visits to the White House, France’s President and Germany’s Chancellor pressed President Trump not to withdraw as he has hinted he would do.

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Iran: Economic Consequences of Nuclear Deal

Economic Consequences of Nuclear Deal

By Staff Writer 

The 2015 Iran nuclear deal was supposed to bring benefits for all parties involved, and the rest of the international community. Iran agreed that it would limit its nuclear activities and in exchange it would benefit from the lifting of sanctions that were crippling the Iranian economy. These sanctions included those regarding the banking, oil and trade sectors.

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Trump, Merkel Amiable, but No Obvious Movement on Iran

Facing looming deadlines, President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel largely papered over their differences on trade and the Iran nuclear accord on Friday, stressing instead ties between the longtime allies and their shared goal of a nuclear-free North Korea.

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Iranian Regime Growing Frantic for Trump to Keep U.S. In Nuclear Deal

'There's no way the Iranian regime wants to lose this agreement'

President Trump’s instinct is to scrap the Iran nuclear deal while French President Emmanuel Macron is willing to amend it but not rescind it without another plan in place, but a leading figure in the Iranian resistance says the deal doesn’t stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons but does help the radical mullahs stay in power.

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