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US–Iran Nuclear Deal: Cohorts and Challenger

US–Iran Nuclear Deal: Cohorts and Challenger The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) resulted from 20 months of hard bargain and intense negotiations leading to an understanding between P5+1 and Iran. The deal has been touted as a potential beginning of a thaw in US–Iran relations. It aims at preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon capability and enabling Iran to resume normal relations with the world by lifting bilateral and multilateral sanctions. The JCPOA was concluded despite intense opposition and strong objections by American allies in the Middle East including Saudi Arabia and Israel and was supported by many world and regional powers such as China and Russia. The deal has implications for the domestic and foreign policies of the US. Developments in the Middle East, domestic American politics as well as US–Iran bilateral equations carry a cart load of unpredictable events that would cause difficulties on the road to implementation of the nuclear deal. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Contemporary Review of the Middle East SAGE

US–Iran Nuclear Deal: Cohorts and Challenger

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 2016 SAGE Publications India Private Limited
ISSN
2347-7989
eISSN
2349-0055
DOI
10.1177/2347798916632323
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Abstract

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) resulted from 20 months of hard bargain and intense negotiations leading to an understanding between P5+1 and Iran. The deal has been touted as a potential beginning of a thaw in US–Iran relations. It aims at preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon capability and enabling Iran to resume normal relations with the world by lifting bilateral and multilateral sanctions. The JCPOA was concluded despite intense opposition and strong objections by American allies in the Middle East including Saudi Arabia and Israel and was supported by many world and regional powers such as China and Russia. The deal has implications for the domestic and foreign policies of the US. Developments in the Middle East, domestic American politics as well as US–Iran bilateral equations carry a cart load of unpredictable events that would cause difficulties on the road to implementation of the nuclear deal.

Journal

Contemporary Review of the Middle EastSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 2016

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