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Watch out for what America is doing with Iran

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Post by rocky Fri 03 May 2019, 3:54 am


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Iran is one of the most sanctioned nations, yet America is still tightening sanctions to change its behavior, US officials say, "not to change its regime." In the midst of this, the world is waiting for Iran's reaction and other repercussions of tension between the two.
This was reflected in an analysis by Kathie Gilsen in The Atlantic magazine, in which she reviewed the sequence of US sanctions on Iran since Washington withdrew from the nuclear deal last year and this week, as well as expected Iranian reactions and the identification of beneficiaries of these tensions and losers.
Iran's reaction to the 
threat has so far been limited and threatened to withdraw from the nuclear deal, which means the possibility of restarting its nuclear program and threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz, a move that might prompt Washington to respond militarily.

The writer adds that there are signs of changing the behavior required, the Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif idea of ​​the exchange of prisoners in a recent visit to New York.
She also said that the sanctions have had a great impact on the Iranian economy and on the support of its agents in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen, but there is still no indication that the activities of the IRGC have been seriously affected.
Internationally, international companies complain about lost investment opportunities in Iran, but on the oil market, what Washington has said will not be affected by the current turmoil that has been proven.
Who benefits? 
America's allies in the region - Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates - have been highly critical of the US pressure campaign as important to their security. The oil-rich Gulf states are expected to reap benefits as they sell more of their oil to compensate for Iran's shortfall.

Other beneficiaries, according to the writer, are the administration of US President Donald Trump, smugglers and lawyers. She adds that Washington may not get an Iranian response to the 12 demands from Iran announced by Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo, but at the same time be happy to deprive Tehran of money, as US officials see that every dollar does not flow to Iran is a dollar can not be spent on the system "Terrorism" or missiles.
"Although Iran has long and good experience in evading US sanctions, such as concealing the money it gets from illegal sale by Revolutionary Guard companies, as sanctions become increasingly complex, Iran's compliance with US demands will increase," Gisselin said.
Source: Atlantic


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