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Iran's Foreign Minister Has Some Things He Wants to Say to Donald Trump - POLITICO Magazine

Subscribe to The Global POLITICO on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe via Stitcher here. NEW YORK — Despite President Donald Trump's threats to blow it up, the Iran nuclear deal still has a “better than 50” percent chance of surviving the next year ...and more »

Europe should defy US on sanctions, says Zarif - The Hindu

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned that the only way to stop its nuclear deal from collapsing is for Europe to defy any U.S. re-imposition of sanctions. In an interview published on Saturday by Britain's Guardian newspaper, Mr ...and more »

Zarif Calls for Saving the 'Nuclear Agreement' - Asharq Al-awsat English

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks during a joint news conference with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu (not pictured) in Istanbul January 4, 2014. REUTERS/Murad Sezer. London- Asharq Al Awsat. Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad ...and more »

Nuclear Crisis or Art of the Deal? What Happens if Trump Scraps the Iran Nukes Agreement - Newsweek

0929_Trump_crazy President Donald Trump speaks to the media at the White House before departing on Marine One on September 27. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty. Share. Analysis Iran Nuclear Deal Donald Trump. Donald Trump has said it repeatedly, both during the ...and more »

Commentary: Trump's Iran threats risk a US break with Europe - Reuters

Donald Trump is approaching a crucial deadline on his Iran policy. On Oct. 15, he will have to certify whether Tehran is observing the 2015 multinational agreement to forego nuclear weapons. Trump has reluctantly certified Iran's compliance, which is ...and more »

Iran Wants America to Ignore Its Nuclear Ambitions - The National Interest Online

Once the nuclear deal expires, Iran will ironically be much better positioned to move to nuclear weapons than it was before the deal was negotiated. Emily B. Landau. September 30, 2017. TweetShareShare · Printer-friendly version. The starting point for ...and more »

Zarif calls on Europe to save Iran nuclear deal - Financial Times

Iran's foreign minister has said he expects US President Donald Trump will not uphold a historic nuclear agreement next month, and called on Europeans to step in to protect the deal. Javad Zarif also maintained in an interview with the Financial Times ...and more »

Match North Korea Overture With Iran Offer, Germany Tells US - U.S. News & World Report

German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, U.S., September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Reuters. BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany welcomed U.S. Secretary of State Rex ...and more »

If Trump scraps the Iran nuclear deal, the first loser may be Boeing - CNBC

In this June 2003 file photo, a Boeing 747 Iran Air plane is seen at Mehrabad International Airport in Tehran. President Donald Trump is threatening to "decertify" the 2015 agreement that froze Iran's nuclear program — and if he follows through, it ...and more »

Keep the Iran Deal, Attack the Regime - Foreign Policy (blog)

Blowing up the nuclear deal would be a big step backward in the fight against Tehran. By Max Boot. | October 2, 2017, 6:44 AM. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani sits among senior army staff as he delivers his speech during the annual military parade ...and more »