Iran’s Nuclear Program
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The US-Iran rapprochement is reminiscent of Nixon’s historic about face on China. And it might just produce the same positive result.
Foreign investors are eager to tap into Iran ahead of the full implementation of the JCPOA.
The recent visit of Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif to India signals that both countries are keen to engage each other in the aftermath of the signing of the nuclear deal between the P5+1, Iran, and the European Union.
The core of the struggle surrounding the Iran nuclear deal is not how it would advance the interests of the United States, but rather how the deal is being perceived.
While a historic and highly controversial nuclear deal awaits final approval by the US Congress, a debate on its regional and international fallout is raging across the globe. The agreement is indeed a huge gamble. Will it hold? Will it ease Middle East tensions, or will it further destabilize the region?
India’s Modi government is ready to jump on the new economic and geopolitical opportunities afforded by Iran’s historic nuclear deal.