Iran’s Hard-Liners Believe They’re Winning on Nuclear Weapons

Via Reuel Marc Gerecht and Ray Takeyh

The European Union’s special envoy in charge of restoring Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, Enrique Morain Tehran on Wednesday for another day — some call it the last resort — in an effort to get clericalism into condition.

During the 16 months of negotiations – many of which were “closer talks”, with negotiators in separate rooms – Washington is said to have granted Tehran many technical amenities and facilities. major sanctions. The two sides appear to have weathered an 11-hour effort by Vladimir Putin to use that relief measure as a means to nullify sanctions against Russia. Washington and Tehran could have agreed, as they did in 2015, to ignore the International Atomic Energy Agency’s questions about Iran’s undeclared manufactured uranium – a prerequisite for making a bomb. . Iran’s Hard-Liners Believe They’re Winning on Nuclear Weapons

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