The Tehran government needs to think twice before taking any steps in domestic and foreign policies as internal turmoil has not ended yet.
The Trump administration’s new Iran strategy, as highlighted by Pompeo in his first public speech, will negatively affect the lives of ordinary Iranians rather than the ruling elites.
The U.S.’ untrustworthy diplomatic moves, along with the decision to pull out of the landmark nuclear accord with Iran has led to more instability in the Middle East.
The economic impact of a sharp U-turn will be immense for both Tehran and its economic partners. But politically, Trump has been rallying against the deal since his presidential campaign, describing it as the “worst deal he has ever seen.” Hence he might well prioritize his own domestic credibility.
Allies are quickly losing faith in Washington’s erratic foreign policy decisions and confidence in its leadership is rapidly diminishing.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the U.S. signed the nuclear agreement in 2015 and thus cannot annul it at its will, warning of a new crisis in the region.
Washington’s contradictory goals in Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel threaten to further complicate the situation in the Middle East.
If the Trump administration pulls out of the nuclear deal that the Obama government worked on with Iran this would lead to more catastrophe in a region of uncertainty.
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